Teen Prose Poems
These Teen Prose poems are examples of Prose poems about Teen. These are the best examples of Prose Teen poems written by international poets.
IN A SPLIT SECOND II
prose, 10th grade, 11th grade,
A train door closes packed with passengers.
Destinations being most different than others.
Typical light touches, embarrassing rubbing,
Lastly, the ever so bothersome nudging.
Unfinished conversations, from platform
A Remembrance of the Doors in 72
The year was ‘72; Morrison had died,
yet I felt little sorrow, for when he was in his prime,
I was a pre-teen junkie for bubble-gum rock
Then And Now
prose, courage, god, growing up,
On a park bench one sunny afternoon, a teenager sat next to a stranger, ...
I Had Love Thee
prose, black love, care, girlfriend,
Tears rain from eyes
For now I know that you lied
But I had believed in you when you said forever
I never thought we would be apart...
emotions, i love you,
I’m writing a letter to you because I want to talk to you, tell you how much you mean to me, tell you how much...
prose, lost love, teen,
There's a guy
Sweet simple and innocent
Standing in the crowd
Yet different from it
He is waiting with love in his...
Dream Series: The Rare LP
prose, dream, fantasy, music, old,
Last night I dreamed I owned a Beatles album from their break-up period that was never officially released and even most Beatles experts didn't know...
I Went On Facebook Today
I Went On Facebook Today
I went on Facebook today
And I looked up my old alma mater
Everyone there looked so much older
And also they were all...
B5-POEM 5 MY GIFT OF LOVE
prose, beauty, destiny, may, sister,
POEM 5 MY GIFT OF LOVE
MY GIFT OF LOVE;
MY MISSION IS TO BE JOYFUL
MY PROMISE IS A LIFE TIME
prose, culture, family, farm, happiness,
I grew up and out on a four family-owned,
extended matriarchal farm.
Four interdependent 1940s through 1970s patriarchally managed businesses,
without substantial questions about who should wear...
prose, care, childhood, cute love,
I don't know when it happened.
I don't know when she came,
But she's the one I always knew,
Grandma was her name.
She taught me how to tie...
O baby, O baby come back to your home
prose, depression, desire, family, teenage,
A mother mourned,
On teen daughter's note,
Wrote before leaving home;
Am leaving your home;
You don't understand,
Our generation and our needs,
Can't fit in your archaism mind";
The Boy Within
age, dream, first love,
The small boy falls and hurts his elbow and knees,
and cries quietly on the inside,
because there is no one there to feel his pain,
New Year's Resolutions for 2017
funny, new year, self,
New Years comes around way to soon each year.
There is so much to do and never enough time.
I usually don’t make resolutions because –
prose, beauty, christian, culture, earth,
If roses are red
then violets are blue.
If you were as dumb as me
you'd have voted for Trump too.
This election just past,
I never wanted to sin
Because Education Is Important
prose, family, humorous, life, metaphor,
The last time I had seen this particular cousin of mine, I was still in college and he had a head full of hair. In...
Where's The Bull
bible, character, christian, confidence,
Where‘s The Bull?
A few years ago at the close of the morning worship service in the lobby of our church, a young teen greeted me...
A teen age girl complains her mom
prose, mother, mother daughter, mothers
You always run after me,
In playful and angry mood;
You scold loudly,
Take stick in hand to bash;
You play with me,
As if you play with doll;
The Inner Chamber
betrayal, courage, devotion, love,
THE INNER CHAMBER
Please. Stop holding back on me.
Like a child standing at the neighborhood ice cream truck, arm outstretched, eyes huge, mouth watering.
The rainy season
prose, poems, rain,
Title of the poem: The rainy season
Poet: Mrs. Anjali Denandi(MOM)
Oh! The little-girl! Dear! No tear!
I shall gift you, the teddy-bear.
The teen-ager! Hey!...