One of the best things about being a teenager is falling in love with someone. Poetry can help teens express the love that they are feeling. Love can be new, frightening, upsetting and happy all at once for a teenager.
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The little things are what make teenage love so special. Things like hanging out at the mall, wandering around with no place to be, listening to music together, and texting each other all night, so late that you fall asleep with your phone in your hand and can barely stay awake in class the next day. It's the thrill and uncertainty that comes with not knowing how long your relationship will last or if it is really true love.
Is poetry in danger of dying out? Not a chance. Poetry has stood the test of time, and remains one of the most powerful, evocative forms of communication.
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You left. Since you left, whenever I close my eyes I see a silhouette of you; I hear your voice bouncing off the walls in my head; My eyes wander whenever I walk through the halls, searching for you; My fingers constantly curl, grasping for the hands that they no longer hold, Or twirl looking for the lochs of you hair that they used to nimbly run through. It implies no end, and yet to those after class meetings, there was an end.
L ife as a teenager is often very different than life as either a child or an adult. It is a turbulent time, with different obstacles to face, and often it seems as if there are many, many more of them. These poems are by teens, about teens, and about Life as they see it. All poetry is copyright by the individual authors.