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Teenage Poems | Examples of Teenage Poetry

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Premium Member An Innocent Time I Recall
There's an innocent time that I recall when every girl is Cinderella at a bobby-sox ball each guy, a penny-loafer prince in a white letter sweater and the jukebox music keeps getting better A place...Read More
Categories: teenage, dance, fashion, memory, music,
Form: Couplet

Premium Member THERE IS A MOMENT
and i wonder… when is it exactly that we are no longer a teenager waiting to become the adult when is it exactly that we turn the page to enter that new chapter when is it that we realize we’ve been thrown into the bowels...Read More
Categories: growing up, teenage, time,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Prom
The big day arrived and no date for the prom. My fairy godmother came to my rescue; A cool...Read More
Categories: dance, teenage,
Form: Quatrain
If only I was a Boy
If only I were a boy I wouldn't have to deal with the stares the following the degrading remarks the rumors If only I were a Boy words i have prayed since i was a young girl sometimes wondering if life would be...Read More
Categories: angst, boy, love, teenage,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Pursuing Dreams
A Sonnet in ~ Iambic Tetrameter ~ At age eighteen he fled his home Could barely wait, despised his town To see the world all on his own He'd wear...Read More
Categories: adventure, happiness, home, teenage,
Form: Sonnet

Suburban Wastes I
See the girls on the corner In tight tanks And micro minis Popping gum Locking eyes Driving boys wild See the sunlight Outline their curls in gold Memories of youth In the Suburban wastes Walking the streets at night Running with the...Read More
Categories: teenage, addiction, age, angst, anxiety,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Opinions of Teenagers
A group of teenagers were sitting on a fence Discussing which politicians had the most sense, It had to be Mister Trump, one said, Another “too many lies he spread,” Then I heard, “Well, it certainly wasn't Mike Pence!” Written...Read More
Categories: humorous, irony, political, teenage,
Form: Limerick
In Your Genes
A teenager goes to the dance All swelled up with hopes of a chance Makes an advance Gets in her pants Looks around for a new romance...Read More
Categories: relationship, teenage,
Form: Limerick
Juvenilia: Early Poems XIII
Juvenilia: Early Poems XIII Davenport Tomorrow by Michael R. Burch Davenport tomorrow ... all the trees stand stark-naked in the sun. Now it is always summer and the bees buzz in cesspools, adapted to a new life. There are no flowers, but the weeds,...Read More
Categories: teenage, boy, child, childhood, high
Form: Rhyme
Juvenilia: Early Poems XII
Juvenilia: Early Poems XII Because You Came to Me by Michael R. Burch for Beth Because you came to me with sweet compassion and kissed my furrowed brow and smoothed my hair, I do not love you after any fashion, but wildly,...Read More
Categories: teenage, boy, child, childhood, poems,
Form: Rhyme
Juvenilia: Early Poems XI
Juvenilia: Early Poems XI Myth by Michael R. Burch after the sprung rhythm of Dylan Thomas Here the recalcitrant wind sighs with grievance and remorse over fields of wayward gorse and thistle-throttled lanes. And she is the myth of the scythed wheat hewn and...Read More
Categories: teenage, boy, poems, poetry, student,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Wallace, Wally, Cleaver and Eddie Haskell
Wallace “Wally” Cleaver handsome, well-liked high achiever, befriended Eddie, so unlike him. Golly!* Wally wasn’t given to whim! Eddie Haskell was a neat, slick, conniving rascal. With his flattery and pseudo-smiles, he spiced up the show with his wiles. Leave It to...Read More
Categories: humor, teenage,
Form: Clerihew
Juvenilia: Early Poems VIII
Juvenilia: Early Poems VIII These are early poems of mine, written in my teens as a high school and college student. Moon Lake by Michael R. Burch Starlit recorder of summer nights, what magic spell bewitches you? They say that...Read More
Categories: teenage, boy, child, childhood, high
Form: Rhyme
October Shadows
You see their shadows, in those dark nights You want to touch them Its always the moment when you turn around When they disappear just like the leaves on the trees In October you start feeling...Read More
Categories: teenage, fantasy, growing up, Lullaby,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Intoxicated
Staggering, wobbling, stumbling...somewhere Watching the world spinning, and spinning, and spinning Confused and discombobulated, he wandered...somewhere Swerving his steps and slurring his words... Still carrying the Boone's Farm- strawberry flavored He mumbled to himself... Where am...Read More
Categories: teenage,
Form: Verse

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