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Teenage Prose Poems

These Teenage Prose poems are examples of Prose poems about Teenage. These are the best examples of Prose Teenage poems written by international poets.

Premium Member Lucylastic
Lucy Lastic 

he stole the corner.
booted it hard.
leaned in
wheels spinning

her eyes maniac 
body barely beating
staring straight ahead.
thinking hard for a way out

the inertia carries her...

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Categories: prose, addiction, angst, death, drug,

When Among Them
Why is it so hard to be around people? I mean, maybe it's unfair that I should talk of the general public based on my...

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Categories: 12th grade, anger, anxiety,

vehicle- the death angel
student they are
on the wings of knowledge,
on mirthful wings of angel,
on light of inside and outside

smiling touches them purely
fresh mind, fresh eye view to the...

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Categories: prose, death, depression, nonsense,

Premium Member Jean Genie

she had nail gun eyes
and a cobble stone smile
i saw in her exhaling
in those dark railway sidings
in an underground station, she was
pursing her lips on...

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Categories: prose, angst, anxiety, conflict, confusion,

Mondays are not meant for miseries
I walked into new rooms and realised my love for gardens , hiding under verdant bushes and seeking my mates hiding from me and how...

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Categories: prose, celebration,

Fortuitous Fate

Fortuitous Fate

Fortuitous fate finds me fully alive with joys I never could have thought possible.
A decade departed from what should have been my last day...

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Categories: prose, depression, drink, drug, fate,

Ice Skating
Ice Skating!


Catching the early train this morning
Excitement running through my veins
Ice hockey boots over my shoulder
Running through the back streets of town
Rain pouring, hair...

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Categories: life, me, memory,

You are worth it
You are worth it

Fighting the odds, trying to the core of it, 
every second every moment striving every bit of it. 
You are worth it....

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Categories: prose, 7th grade, beautiful, emotions,

It has been a while since he called
And I miss him deeply
Long to hear his voice
His casual remarks on how unsociable I am
I miss...

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Categories: prose, absence, best friend, friendship,

Little Crush
I love the way she walks
I love the way she talks
I love the way she laughs
I love the way she acts
I get this feeling all...

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Categories: angel, beauty, character, crush,

O baby, O baby come back to your home
A mother mourned,
On teen daughter's note,
Wrote before leaving home;
"Hey mom! 
Am leaving your home;
You don't understand,
Our generation and our needs,
Can't fit in your archaism mind";


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Categories: prose, depression, desire, family, teenage,

Hey ye juvenile rose
Dedicated to those teens, out of desperation end up committing extreme acts, ending life. My dear sweet children keep one point in your mind. Life...

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Categories: prose, childhood, children, depression, emotions,

Premium Member Talking Mirrors
I'm a fairly active charter member
of Connecticut's Medical Marijuana Program,
qualifying because I'm also one of the oldest HIV+ survivors in the U.S.

In fact, 
not a...

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Categories: prose, earth, health, humanity, humor,

Premium Member She Spoke
I was in 4th grade - when most kids are 9 or 10 years old.  Not yet to the semi-adulthood of the teenage years,...

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Categories: growing up, memory, ,

Premium Member Used to go to this Bar
Red light, the neon beer sign on the distant wall reflects off the long expanse of polished bar top, overpowering the quiet brown wood. It’s...

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Categories: addiction, beauty, drink, religion,

A teen age girl complains her mom
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;

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Categories: prose, mother, mother daughter, mothers

Shoulder to Cry On
Little girl don't you cry
Mommas gonna be here for you
To Cry on

You can tell her all your dreams,
She'll tell you what they mean 
And how...

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Categories: prose, blessing, children, daughter, growing

Premium Member Terrorism Writ Small
Coldly calculated
deliberately intended
terror-inducing violence,
physical and/or verbal,
is motivated by anger and fear,
but also sometimes, on a larger scale,
by beliefs that vengeance can be,
or at least eventually...

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Categories: prose, culture, emotions, humanity, humor,

Best bud gone
Pulsing nights on Westhiemer; running without EZ tag
Is there no relief to the angst of a teenage monster?
Road to nowhere but lights beyond this steel...

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Categories: absence, anger, best friend,

The Punctuation Factor
This is a result of text messaging. You have forgotten; how...; to punctuate. It affects you. This affects me. This effects all of us. Misplaced...

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Categories: prose, age, allusion, character, emotions,