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Teenage Poems

Teenage Poems. Read and share great examples of poetry about teenagers. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for teenage.

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immature, juvenile, young, youthful, pre adult, pubescent,

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Premium Member Poe's Raven
Poe’s raven came to me in my sleep, at the most unexpected time.
At first I thought it was just a raven, but it gave me a look and I knew.
Recognizing Poe’s sadness shining out of its piercing black eyes.

Were you...Read More
Categories: teenage, muse, poems, poetess, poetry, poets,
Form: Narrative



Painting the Trash Cans
Senior year, student senator.
It was so hard to do things right.
I was told to paint the trash cans
our class colors, blue and white.

Having a tendency to do too much,
I added my own touch to the job.
Scrawled my name on all...Read More
Categories: teenage,
Form: Rhyme
Polarities And Paradoxes
Heard at a modern American home in a city near you was a brief                          ...Read More
Categories: teenage, bible, christian, faith, truth,
Form: Prose
You,my dad, and me
You, my Dad, And Me**

Giggles can be heard if I close my eyes and think,
A cute little girl, who still loves the colour pink.

Swings and roundabouts, running from one to the other,
Cheeks all a flush
Holding on tight, the hands of...Read More
Categories: teenage, dad,
Form: Rhyme
The Ages of Man by Edna
All the world's a turdhouse,
And all the lads and ladettes mere defecators,
Gratifying oozing exits and entrances;
And one man perforce enacts too many roles,
His acts being seven deaths. D'abord, the baby,
Pooping and pissing on his mummy's frock.
Then, the errant truant with...Read More
Categories: teenage, allegory, celebrity, happy, hate, heart, political, prison,
Form: Blank verse



Miklos Radnoti translation of the Holocaust poem Letter to My Wife
Letter to My Wife
by Miklos Radnoti
translated by Michael R. Burch

A poem written during the Holocaust in Lager Heidenau, in the mountains above Zagubica, August-September, 1944

Deep down in the darkness hell awaits?silent, mute.
Silence screams in my ears, so I shout,
but no...Read More
Categories: teenage, death, heartbreak, holocaust, humanity, war, wife, world
Form: Free verse
The girl
The girl thought she had it beat,
But then she couldn’t stand to eat,
Not even a single piece of meat. 

The girl started to disappear,
She begged for help but no one could hear.
She didn’t want to be here,
All she was, was...Read More
Categories: teenage, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, anxiety,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member For Each a Second Chance
For Both, a Second Chance


“So tell me…what’s adopting like? Seems a little risky - picking out your children from the local lost and found! 
Suppose the kid’s a ‘loser.’ Do they let you bring ‘em back? Can you - if...Read More
Categories: teenage, child, family,
Form: Rhyme
Pathological Liars
Every word is gospel according to their stories
Teenagers would never file a false report
I remind them to begin with“Once upon a time”
My children only tell the truth “just because”
Simplicity with rocks inside the head works fine
  
Soft words flow...Read More
Categories: endurance, judgement, parents, teenage, truth,
Form: Free verse
My Son
Sitting here by your baby bed,
Many thoughts going through my head,
Praying God protect you from harm,
Yearning to hold you in my arms.

Go to sleep, my dear infant one,
Long way to go, life just begun,
Beyond today lies many feats,
May God direct...Read More
Categories: teenage, angst, blue, christian, father son, health, heart,
Form: Rhyme
Where I am from
My home is my home
But let me vomit these pains that is 
hidden in my heart
Even stray bullets have found a place 
to hide secretly 
Cause my home is a crying ocean

My home is a home
But read these sad realities...Read More
Categories: teenage, 12th grade, 5th grade, 9th grade, africa,
Form: Free verse
Bar Steward Town 5
A certain type of person lives in that town
Bar Steward Town a breeding ground for nasties
Especially the male species who are thugs
Doing unspeakable things to people

I've experienced their malicious ways
And nasty spiked words with intent
Take a certain individual who worked...Read More
Categories: anti bullying, bullying, teenage,
Form: Free verse
Generations Of Faith
GENERATIONS OF FAITH

I love to see a child’s faith and hear him as he prays;
It’s such a blessing to be still and hear all that he says.
I shed a tear as there he stands to quote a poem or verse
That...Read More
Categories: teenage, faith,
Form: Rhyme
A Christmas Wish
Teenage boys have a Christmas wish
For a nymphomaniac dish
Though Santa's elves
Have searched their shelves
The best they can do is, "Go Fish"...Read More
Categories: teenage, christmas,
Form: Limerick
Diary of a School Shooter
Day 1
I stomp into class black big
Boots they work
Good to make an impact
See the teacher flinch
Dumb ; its what she gets
Eyes judging mouth yakking 
Puffy feet pounding up
And down the aisles just to see
What i’m doing-nothing
Can’t you tell-
nothing

Day 29
Nothing good...Read More
Categories: teenage, 11th grade, 12th grade, bullying, conflict, mental
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Dreams
The lights came on
But I left my eyes shut
I dont want to leave yet...Read More
Categories: anger, dream, inspirational love, teenage, today, wind,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The poet lay on a barrow dead
This is the poem that made my untried 
fourteen-year-old mind gag and cry
as we poured over every rotten word.

Trapped by magnolia classroom walls
and unwanted thoughts, I recoiled. 
I was caged by things I couldn’t face.

These are the verses that led...Read More
Categories: anxiety, death, poems, poetry, teen, teenage,
Form: Verse
Sweet Imagination
Super Fantasy is my new Teacher
Secret code to talk in Letter
Services are to do to show Man-li-ness
Inner-Peace falls in this Category

Teenage is just Time-For-This
Activity to do is Really-Nothing
New-Embodied-Heaven is that Place
Where Intelligence is in Awakeness

Goal is to make Joy and...Read More
Categories: teenage, anti bullying, art, autumn, humorous, imagination, innocence,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Amid the Jagged Shadows

“Amid the jagged shadows of mossy leafless boughs. . .” 
                             ...Read More
Categories: teenage,
Form: Rhyme
I am in a lot of trouble
Because I decided to make a bad decision.
Because I just wanted to get something to drink.
Because it was really late at night.
Because I was hanging out with the wrong person. 
Because I needed a break from life.
Because my parents are...Read More
Categories: 12th grade, crazy, parents, teenage,
Form: Free verse
Are Socialists Human Beings
Are socialists human beings?
Do they need food?
Are they capable of goodness?
Do they deserve to be tortured, starved, abandoned, beaten?
What makes a socialist cry?
It isn't sad movies -- or is it?

Why should I stop hating them?
I have the right to punish...Read More
Categories: teenage, abuse, america, brother, conflict, hate, peace, prejudice,
Form: Prose Poetry
Once Upon A Time
Weren’t we all fifteen
Once upon a time…
And the world
Revolved around us and only us?
Parents were no more
Than convenient caretakers
Who had no idea
Of what was involved
In the singularity of being young…
Weren’t we the only ones…
Once upon a time
Who truly knew pain...Read More
Categories: memory, teenage,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A November in Transition
November transitions slip by
  as if in a panicked hurry feigned,
a rush into the season's sky
  when cold chilled winds reign.

November skies are dappled blues
  interlaced with shaded grays again
as if a storm awaits patient on the...Read More
Categories: teenage, seasons,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member WHERE ARE YOU NOW


WHERE ARE YOU NOW?


Mascara pink lipstick ribbons and curls
Miniskirts no matter what the weather
We were teens two cheerful giggling schoolgirls
Enjoying bits of time spent together

A yellow ribbon round the old oak tree
We followed all the radio top hits
All night writing...Read More
Categories: friendship, fun, growing up, life, teenage, youth,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Senseless Followership
Her quest for relevance keeps her lower than position one
her worth is written all over the walls of her room
yet, steps out of the front door and completely forgets.
A bright brain is wrapped under her friends’ skirts
and basic rights, squeezed...Read More
Categories: abuse, age, anxiety, betrayal, friend, friendship, teenage,
Form: Free verse