Teen Verse Poems

These Teen Verse poems are examples of Verse poems about Teen. These are the best examples of Verse Teen poems written by international poets.


Premium MemberHonoring You in Living Color by Rhoda Tripp
Kitchen counters alive; the vivid colors of red, green, purple and yellow glass jars. Your garden flourished.
.
Pickled beets mingle boiled eggs; a pretty periwinkle purple.
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Yellow...

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Categories: verse, mom, mother, mother daughter,

Taking Todays Tumblerful Tea Time by matthew harris
This teetotaler turns to tea
torquing temptation
towards tippling
thankfully, though
that tremendous tugging

teasing tendency thirst trumped,
thru teaching this totally tubular
toothless titular Texan thuggish tyrant
(titled Tsar Terry Troutman)
transcendental theology

tenets...

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Categories: verse, 11th grade, 12th grade,



It Was Only Once by Keely Breen
No more I love yous danced across my luminescent screen 
Red hearts weren’t plastered all over the open chat room that only included me &...

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Categories: verse, break up, emotions, heartbroken,

Premium MemberMother's Day, Cats and Dogs by Randolph Byrd
Isn't easier to be a mother to an loving animal that exhibits unconditional love 24/7 because of their inherent nature? Only demands, feed me, keep...

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Categories: verse, allegory,

You will always be in my dreams by Rakshita Bansal
You ll live in this world
No matter if you aren t with me
You ll always be in my dreams 
In every desire of mine, in...

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Categories: verse, dream, heart, love, memory,

Burning Calories by Venkatesh Raghava
Teen age boy Gopal was very fat
Since he used to eat a lot of biscuits
His mom wanted him to be lean
So among others smart he...

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Categories: verse, 9th grade, childhood, funny,

How much i love you by Rakshita Bansal
I wish that I could have been able to tell you 
Tell you that how much I love you
Would have been able to tell you
Tell...

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Categories: verse, desire, how i feel,

Who are you by Venkatesh Raghava
Gopal was a teen age boy
Who was always shy
But he loved a girl in school
And around her secretly he use to fool.

Gopal thought many ways...

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Categories: verse, 10th grade, boy, girlfriend,

The Lost Years by Bernard Chan
The photos stopped 
when you were 10 or 11.
Around that time, you started refusing to 
have your pictures taken.
A few candid shots are all I’ve...

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Categories: verse, family, father, growing up,

Premium MemberNagbepaling by Jannie Breedt
Wie waak oor ons gans die wakkernag?
Vind sondes.lank vergete
n aanklag eggo in die gewete
Dalk net stank demone
Wat slaaploos toi-toi in talle drome

Watter wekker skrik sy...

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Categories: verse, introspection, irony,

Spring Revival by Poetic Flame
               Spring Revival

When Spring shows, life turns young
Flowers dancing to the...

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Categories: verse, seasons, spiritual,

You by Dakota Cooper
YOU
Everything is about you
The way you talk
The way you smile
The way you laugh 
The way you walk
The way your eyes can read me like a...

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Categories: verse, 10th grade, 11th grade,

A Worse Fate Then Death by matthew harris
(when living nightmare pierced real time
thus engendering the following rhyme)

adrenaline powered stealth bomb blast 
with the noggin of this, ah... ur... bane chap, 
 ...

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Categories: verse, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium MemberI Must Have Had a Wild Time Last Night by Caren Krutsinger
I must have had a wild time last night.
I don't remember it all, or any of it actually.
But there are cookies in my right-hand over
the...

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Categories: verse, 11th grade, 12th grade,

Noise by john reed
can you hear
the silence int he noise
it beckons for me too come
it screams my name
just as i screams its
Noise 
the savor of my sorrow 
the...

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Categories: verse, conflict, corruption, cry, depression,

Premium MemberProm Night Is Here by Caren Krutsinger
Prom
Crepe Paper Streamers
Glitter and Fuss
Fancy Dresses You Can Never Use Again
At exorbitant prices
Fancy Tuxedos
Rented Until the last two don't get one.
Limo.
What?
It's not a wedding, people....

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Categories: verse, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium MemberDetritus by stark hunter
Detritus 

Sitting there, honey,
Cleansed and bathed,
Scented with lilac and rose,
Glistening at your dressing table, and
Eyeing yourself in the chrome mirror;
I, as your guest, sit by...

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Categories: verse, passion,

Premium MemberEarthFirst Communities by Gerald Dillenbeck
He thought they could build
a healthier multinational corporation.

She felt we could grow
a wealthier multicultural
sacred cooperative network.

He led a hierarchical Council
for World Class Communities.

She bled and...

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Categories: verse, earth, green, health, heart,

HOW MANY BIRTHDAYS by Mia Pratt
How many birthdays
I need to celebrate 
to finally experience puberty?
I feel like I never grew up
except having growth spurts
and that time once a month

How many...

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Categories: verse, age, birthday, growing up,

Premium MemberLucky He Ain't Dead by Freddie Robinson Jr.

That boy ain’t gon amount to much,
he be in way deep
to too much bad stuff
That pig-headed kid
don’t listen to what any old folk say,
he think...

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Categories: judgement, teen, truth, wisdom,