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Middle School Free Verse Poems

These Middle School Free Verse poems are examples of poetry about Middle School Free Verse. These are the best examples of Free Verse Middle School poems written by international poets.


Premium MemberTOTAL COLLAPSE OF THE HEART by Cindi Rockwell
When once I sat and pondered the definition of heartbreak
I realized mine changed almost as quickly as I matured.
My toddler heart broke when Rover stole...

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Categories: anxiety, depression, heartbreak, heartbroken,

Premium Membertried and convicted child by millard lowe

innocent child
housed
on a homeless street
crowded
with abandonment
and disparity
is found guilty…
sentenced
to life’s fear
that today
will become
tomorrow
and tomorrow’s
tomorrows
will become next 
week…and…
and…
what the hell…
...

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Categories: abuse, child, high school,



Premium MemberNever Argue With A Child by Caren Krutsinger
never get into an argument with a child.
never ever ever ever ever ever ever ever
because they always win.

they have nothing to lose,
and you do.
you lose...

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Categories: middle school, parents, perspective,

Premium MemberPoor Kids Rich Kids by Caren Krutsinger
I did not know there were rich kids
and poor kids, and they would separate
themselves this way until I reached Junior high school.

Middle school I think...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Ode To My Middle School English Teacher by Michele Sherman
ode to my middle school english teacher, who
taught me that even though you have a voice, 
it's better if you don't use it 

ode to...

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Categories: anger, poetry,

More about me by Maria Feliciano
I love to cook, I love to sing, heck I even love, dancing. I start my morning, With a good cup of coffee, in my...

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Categories: appreciation, friendship, motivation,

Premium MemberA Thorn In Their Sides by Caren Krutsinger
She did not know she was the worst kid 
in middle school
until the teachers turned
on her.

It only took one
teacher, and then
it was two, 

and then...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium MemberThe ParaTOTALLYNormal by Caren Krutsinger
The problem with trying to prove clairaudience, clairsentince, out-of-body, and Near Death Experiences to a Mudblood is not as simple
as it could have been.
Is it...

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Categories: adventure, cute, emotions, encouraging,

Premium MemberThanks to FaceBook by Caren Krutsinger
Marigold Oger grew up without a mama, this pretty girl with eyes of greenish blue.
Because her mama died unexpectedly in the middle of a dark...

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Categories: for her, friend, friendship,

Premium MemberShow Them You Care by Caren Krutsinger
I did not choose my vocation; my vocation chose me.
I was volunteering twenty-five hours a week in a middle school, teaching students.
One day I was...

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Categories: encouraging, faith, hope, inspiration,

Premium MemberWhen the Mamas Come by Caren Krutsinger
The mamas send their best.
They don't keep the good ones home to school themselves.
It's my job to love them, take care of them, protect them.
Arm...

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Categories: bullying, middle school, school,

No Bigger Than A Baritone Horn - part I by MATTHEW harris
Round about nineteen 1971-2, yours truly bid adieu 
to Henry Kline Boyer Elementary School 
   (situated at crossroads – then beau
colic rural routes...

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Categories: growing up, hilarious, life,

No Country Mas by Alex LaRue
There's something so unsettling about nails on a chalkboard.
I cringe whenever I hear the tapping of pencils.
As obnoxious as loud breathing.
As disturbing as a bad...

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Categories: music,

Premium MemberThe In Between by Janis Thompson

The In Between

Oh, Middle School child
you “in between”
shackled to the horde
like a cartridge to a gun,
to trifle, loiter in halls,
and elicit mordacious slurs to
wizened eyed...

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Categories: childhood, school, teenage,

C'est la vie, Billy by Anne-Marie Coreggia
C’est la vie, Billy!

   His cheeks a deep scarlet, 
     His jaw tightened in an eerie grin,
  ...

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Categories: boy, middle school,

I Cried Because by Jessica Schick
Preschool
I cried because
A bigger kid
Knocked over the castle
I’d built
Kindergarten
I cried because
Somebody stole
The chocolate bar 
I’d brought 
First grade
I cried because
The teacher yelled at me
It wasn’t...

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Categories: cry, middle school, remember,

Youth by Thaleia Greenstone
Darkness
That’s all my closed eyes could see while my lips were being captured by an awkward preteen boy. 
My bruised lips from nervous biting matched...

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Categories: age, anxiety, first love,

I Have Two Loves by Jessica Schick
I have two loves
And I can't decide
Which one to pick

One love is
My boyfriend
I asked him out
Last Wednesday
He's funny
Awkward
Cute
A complete gentleman
And loves music
We can laugh about...

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Categories: best friend, boyfriend, confusion,

What It Is by Jessica Schick
People ask
What is middle school?
I know exactly, precisely
What it is.
Middle school is a game.
It’s a game of tag
When someone’s tired of
Being the “it” person
They tag...

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Categories: games, middle school,

A Poem for Jake by Jessica Schick
Hey, how are you
We don’t talk much
Well I talk, but you?
Not much
I’ve known you for
A while
Since sixth grade
When my bus was late
And I came in
One...

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Categories: crush, cute love, middle