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Poem Details | by Zamreen Zarook |
Categories: age, angel, beautiful, beauty, body, boyfriend, celebration, celebrity, change, character, creation, desire, emotions, children, friendship, girl, girlfriend, hero, humorous, i love you, image, life, memorial day, memory, middle school, relationship, romantic, school, society, student, teen, teenage, truth, wisdom, woman, women, words, world, youth,

Fake Words

Fake Words – Zamreen Zarook

God have given us mouth,
Not to speak to north and south,
Tongue is given under an oath,
So it’s our duty to protect them both.

Girls chat fake with boys,
Having a notion that the boys are toys,
They often make varied noise,
Thinking to keep a trap on handsome guys.

Boys are also human being,
So it’s not possible being clean,
Things varies in the way they are seen,
So positive thinking will make you keen.

Boys’ minds are pure,
As it is pure bio,
So don’t try to pour vino,
Which will take decades to get cure.

Poem Details | by Kristen Wilson |
Categories: friendship, life, sad, school, social, teen, time, school, change, love, school, middle school,

I Just Want My Life Back

Dedicated to everyone at Freedom Middle School
I love you guys with all my heart

The hallways are full of laughter, 
The friends are full of love
The good friends are playful,
Giving each other a little shove.
The classes were a bit of a challenge,
The tests more of a breeze
Studying was the hard part
But it put our minds at ease.
The drama was overrated
The fights were way too many
But the make-ups and break-ups made a difference
And made us think a plenty.
The teachers were our light
That got us to where we are
Even connections, useless as they seem to be,
Will help us go really far
The hearts were full of words unsaid
As we took our final steps
Outside the doors, into a new life
As we drew in our final, middle school breath.
The eyes were full of spilling tears
That cascaded down our cheeks
The sun was shining, so how could we
Be feeling so very bleak?
All of it is now a blur
I wish I could go back
And change everything that I had done
Just wipe it away to be packed.
But we can't change our mistakes in the past
And we can't relive our lives
As much as we wish we could return
To the place where our last tears together were cried.
The middle school years were the best
And we're sad to see them go
Especially those who didn't say a lot
Who didn't let their true love show.
We were alive when we were at school
Because we were with the people we loved
Our memories are the best token of that year
Even jokingly being shoved.
But now that all my friends are gone
Onto high school, seperate ones at that,
I'm still here, silently hoping
Wishing that I could go back.
But our time there was for the best,
And this has hit me with a hard SMACK!
I love everyone there, and now I have to say
I just want my life back.

Poem Details | by Evan Zeitler |
Categories: childhood, death, family, father, happiness, husband, introspection, life, love, son, timeschool, home, childhood, childhood, home, school, middle school, high school,

The Speed of Life

In the childhood home her mother spins her child
Round and round we go happiness seems to overflow
And the childhood  goes by; faster, faster

A growing child with so much energy running and having fun
Careless and free he runs across the yard
He is growing up; faster, faster

Only in middle school and already a rebel
Sticking up for a friend and getting in a fight
He has courage but still he runs; faster, faster

High school has come at last
The odd man out he cries for attention
Into depression he spirals; faster, faster

At the high school prom he meets a girl
The hearts beet together and the music beats in their ears
They are falling madly in love; faster, faster

Barely a year and a kid on the way
To work and back the same routine, every hour, every day
A wedding is coming closer; faster, faster

So far a happy life, and a good career
They buy a home and outside he spins his child
Another childhood is going by; faster, faster

His life was long another one has started from it
But now the ambulance move; faster, faster
And his heartbeat fails; slower, slower

Poem Details | by kaylin simmons |
Categories: love, me, time, middle school,


i am just a face on the street 
so invisible so discreet
you pass by me every day 
and i await words you'll never say 
not one single hello is uttered 
yet still i melt like butter 
every tlime i see you 
i think of what i should do 
i should smile, say hello 
but every single time i choke 
my tongue turns into one big knot 
and i cant manage a single thought 
if you could read my mind 
you would laugh at what you'd find
i haven't had a crush in a long while 
yet every time i see your smile 
it takes me back to middle school 
even though i was so cool
i had trouble talking to guys 
so this is no surprise

Poem Details | by Kamcee Ugwokegbe |
Categories: girl, lost love, love, love hurts, middle school, miss you, school,

Those eyes

It all started on a summers day
but my world was dark and gray
It was about 4 months and two weeks ago
The sun was high but I was feeling low
We were just beginning to be friends
I didn't know how well this would end

Anyway on that faithful day
My day of gray
You comforted me in my time of need
Please don't be sad,you started to plead

From that day forward
My days of gray 
started to brighten up
In each and every way

I started to notice
The twinkle in your eyes
It would not let me despise
all the bad things you did

Slowly and rapidly
I began to fall in love with those eyes
But that's where I went wrong
For everything that falls 

My love for those eyes 
Grew deeper and deeper
Everyday you would sit next to me
You would look at me with those eyes

Those eyes that twinkle in the sun
Things got a bit more serious
But I miss our late night chats
We used to talk to each other about everything

I remember when you revealed your love of cars
There was something in those eyes
That made it twinkle more than before
You were like a child not a care in the world

You took me to to the Halloween dance 
Held me through that haunted house
And the day ended 
with a hug

Then you started posting WCW pics
I started to ignore you
Hoping I'd be missed
And I was right
You tricked me into hugging you
At the moment
It seemed your heart was true
That memory had me smiling for days

I thought we were on the same page 
Maybe I was misunderstood 
Or mislead
By those eyes

Then the unthinkable happened
Your heart went to someone else
I'm happy for you 
You finally decided

Now these days 
No words are spoken
Only the memories
Replaying in our minds

But every time I look at you 
I fall in love with those eyes all over again
If I could spin back time
I would go back to the day of gray
And fix my mistake
Of falling in love
 with those eyes

Poem Details | by James Black |
Categories: crush, feelings, first love, funny love, middle school, true love,

Unrequited true love, part one

Now I don’t know if I really learned about love
Or if I got to explore what it’s made of
Is it a warm feeling when you hold hands?
And kiss and laugh at each other’s stance
Are there the troubles that seem to last forever?
Because if it works out, you get to live together?
Get married and have babies while still in your teens
You have the rest of the world to explore your means
Is it pain, is it awful? Is it something you want to end?
You’d do it yourself but you don’t want to lose another friend?
Why does it eat at you inside, why it makes you hate yourself?
Why does it make you think there’s something wrong with you?
Why would it make you want to kill yourself?
Is it that sad, is it really that true?
Why do some people say it’s happy times and some say it’s just shit
Why do some people think it’s who they are, and some say it doesn't exist?

Tell me about betty, what was it about Betty?
You said she was smart and slick but really really pretty
You never got to know her but you said she was the perfect girl
Until you saw her with Army, it changed your view of the world
Doing something illegal I think (Wink wink)
But if you brought it up, she’d say you weren’t her shrink

Was that not love though you said it was alright?
You could let her ago until another night
When you saw her again with an older guy
Well why? She didn’t love him either so why try?
So it wasn’t right and you didn’t win, but what about your fling with Jocelyn?
She likes track and field and feels the burn
And when she got wet you saw through her shirt
But that wasn’t sure, ‘cause you didn’t like sports
So love was a no go until Cindy Snow
Wasn’t as fine, maybe a little portly
But sweet as heck and had a nice little Courtney
She was interested and you played with it
But then she said she was a Santanist
You may not have been the holy man
But you couldn’t have that hanging over your head
You wanted to find someone instead
Now when you found it’s over
Had to find one more with Lola
Was a family friend but still real cool
But it was like incest with bended rules
And that was not something to do
So that couldn’t work but it was okay
Because she said she didn’t feel that way anyway

Poem Details | by Brashard Bursey |
Categories: girlfriend-boyfriend, happiness, love, romance, teenday, school, day, love, school, teen, middle school, high school,

Teenage Love 4: High School Sweethearts

Love is in the air for both high school sweethearts (the boyfriends and the girlfriends).
All young relationships have escalated from middle school all the way to high school,
which is called "the final frontier." It seems to everyone that day in and day out after
school is out for the day, these two people still have love for each otherIt looks like
that this type of a real relationship will last for a long time, especially when they're
planning on getting married in the near future Everybody knows that all teen boys and
teen girls are not to go out on dates until the age of sixteen (16), but when it comes to
both teenagers falling in love with each other, they must take their loving relationships
very seriously, that includes not cheating on each other with the other individualsIt
also seems to all of the young lovebirds in high school that day in and day out, week
after week, these words, "I love you," seem to have a lot of affect on all of those
star-crossed lovers in America and around the worldAnd when it comes to relationships
among teenagers and a lot of dating on Friday nights and Saturday nights, as well, there's
something for all teen couples to do: going out to eat, going to the movies, going to
school dances (including prom), and that kinda stuffTheir parents are still accepting
the fact that their teen sons and teen daughters, who are about to graduate from high
school soon, are in love with each other, and the moms and the dads should know what their
lives were like when they were in high school and had gone out on their first datesI
find all real relationships very, very interestingAnd if all loving relationships
continue to grow and grow before the year 2017, there's no telling what beautiful thing
might happen for all teen lovebirds nextLet's hope their hearts don't get broken.

Poem Details | by Jessica Schick |
Categories: crush, cute love, middle school, sad love, teen,

A Poem for Jake

Hey, how are you
We don’t talk much
Well I talk, but you?
Not much
I’ve known you for
A while
Since sixth grade
When my bus was late
And I came in
One seat left
We passed papers back
I turned around
And there you were
I froze inside
Flash forward to the fire drill
Where the high schoolers
Screamed weird things
At us
We didn’t talk for a while
After that
But I admired you
From afar
Your bravery
Sports skills
Which I’ll always lack
And kindness
You always were very kind
Last year, we did talk
A lot, in fact
After school almost
Every day
Then we didn’t
This year we only have
A few classes together
And I think that’s how
It’ll stay but
It’s fine
I’ll just notice how
You walk into first hour
Just a little late
Because of clean-up crew
And how you sit in the back
In seventh hour
The teacher made you move
And how you talk to your friends
And don’t notice me
Because you’ll always be you
And I’ll always be me.

Poem Details | by Brashard Bursey |
Categories: girlfriend-boyfriend, love, romance, teenlove, teen, middle school,

Teenage Love 18: Young Love Around The World

Young love has revolutionized the entire centryIt's not justr affecting all teen couples in the 
U.Sof A., it's affecting the lives of all teen lovebirds from around the world, including Canada 
and FranceIt seems that both teen lovers (a teen boy and a teen girl) are never going to stop 
loving each other, even if they're from different countriesWhen everyone is looking at both 
underage lovebirds holding hands and whatnot, it's like a virtual U.Nof young couplesAnd 
even when they're in either middle school or high school, their love for each other is as the 
same as the one in America, which is called "The Land of Opportunity." Sometimes most 
relationships among teenagers don't last long, but at least 24 hours, but some of them do last 
longer than everOr so everyone thinksBoth teen lovebirds are lucky to have each other on 
each other's side because without him/her, he/she is nothingIt looks like young love is 
growing nationally and globally, even in AfricaAlso, these people can either see other in 
person, talk on the phone on a Saturday night (which is on the other side of Earth), or whater
But either way, young love is still young loveAnd if their parents hadn't met and their children 
hadn't met each other from day one, then they never would've fallen in love with each other
Young love will always live.

Poem Details | by Gavin D.S. |
Categories: confusion, girlfriend-boyfriend, hope, love, middle school,

We're To Be

I saw what we would look like:
Those two Lilies living lively in close proximity;
So close, in fact, their identical buds stare into
their mere reflections of passionate pastal smiles
and blushing petals like the powdered cheeks of a middle school affectionary -

A glimpse of us displayed
in the large field - two Dandelions
uncommonly rooted within centimeters of each other,
Close-cornered so in that their seeds,
Like an arranged marriage, coupled in the wind's 
breasting breeze -
Yet as sure as death, to be split by unsure currents and rushes
of High and Low pressures.
Known Pressures;

I thought I caught a glance
Of what possibly could've been there-
growing azaleas
masked by a single magnolia:
self-infatuated, blinded by selfish desire (or wishful thinking)-
an image of what
we were to be.

Poem Details | by Brashard Bursey |
Categories: girlfriend-boyfriend, happiness, love, on writing and words, romancepeople, love, people, teen, middle school,

Teenage Love 11: Teenage Lovebirds From the 16th Century to the 1930s

The origins of young love is going way back to the early 16th century and it'll stop at
the 1930s, even the Great DepressionThis type of young love had been around since the
16th century in England and after the first radio was inventedIt seems that when two
young lovebirds (a teen boy-turned elderly man and a teen girl-turned elderly woman) met
while they were in middle school and/or high school, it was love at first sightAnd when
two people met before, during, and after the 1700s until the 1930s, it was a life-changing
moment for the then teen lovebirdsAll young relationships were way before these people
were born, even meEverybody knows what their lives were like when they were teenagers
and before they had passed onNot only is young love an amazing thing, but what all of us
will have learned about serious relationships among all of the then-teenagers back in the
1700s, the 1800, the 1900s, and the 1930s is that they didn't take each other for granted
and stuffBut back in the day, when these people were teenagers, there were no movie
theaters, no malls, or any of that stuffIt looks like that even if they had gone to see
the full moon at night or a functioning or whatever, at least they had a great timeBut
now that they're not teenagers anymore, then they'll have to tell their grandchildren,
their great-grandchildren, and their great-great-grandchildren about the day they met and
fell in loveAnd with that being said, young love is about to bring all would-be couples
together in the future.

Poem Details | by Thaleia Greenstone |
Categories: age, anxiety, first love, innocence, kiss, middle school,


That’s all my closed eyes could see while my lips were being captured by an awkward preteen boy
My bruised lips from nervous biting matched perfectly with his smooth onesThis moment
Of vulnerability and shyness was his and his only to see
How new it felt, but not long lasting
After all, we were just young middle schoolers wanting to get a taste of something sacred and refreshing
Like fine wine, made only for the best and yearned by the curious ones.

Poem Details | by Avery Ken |
Categories: beauty, best friend, dedication, emotions, love, middle school,

4:13 PM

A lot can happen in a minute. A sudden epiphany, A revelation. Opening doors, A realization. Fresh starts, Beating hearts. Good luck, Tearing apart. A lot can happen in a minute

Poem Details | by Brashard Bursey |
Categories: depressionlife, love, me, middle school,

I Wish I Was Never Single

I don't want to spend the rest of my life without a soul mateI don't want to be single
for the rest of my so-called "miserable life." There's no way that this special someone
could've been taken away by one of the random guysWhen I look at every couple I see, it
makes me wish that I had a real girlfriend and a brand new social statusBeing single is
like being held back a year in middle school or worseBeing single also stinksIs there
something I should do to not just end my single life, but ease my pain, as well? I can't
stand being lonely, I can't stand being a dateless loser, and I can't bear to watch these
couples rubbing their love right in my faceIt makes me sad and sick just to see itso
if I don't save myself from a lot of misery and end my life as a single human being, I'm
going to lose itI love my life, but my loneliness and my pain have got to stop.

Poem Details | by Brashard Bursey |
Categories: girlfriend-boyfriend, love, on writing and words, romance, teenschool, people, day, love, me, people, school, teen, teenage, middle school,

Teenage Love 15: Teenage Lovebirds of the 1980s

Young love had finally made its way back into the 1980s and all of those teenage lovebirds
back in the 80s were so "totally gnarly." The 80s was when MTV made its TV channel debut,
the first cell phone was invented, and when a lot of people were born in that decade, that
had included Julia Stiles (born in 1981), Michael Cera (born in 1988), and even me (also
born in 1988)Also, the 80s were the times when hip-hop music and the break-dancing scene
were born, especially when the TV show, “Yo! MTV Raps” was on TVIt seems that young love
among the then-teen lovebirds ( teen boys and teen girls) had been in their lives since
the day they met at summer camp, middle school or high schoolAnd when a teen boy and a
teen girl fell in love with each other the day they met, they knew it was love at first
sightThere were a lot of awesome things those teenage lovebirds have done back in the
1980s: they went to the movies, had gone out to eat, they had gone to the school dances
(including prom back in 1984), and stuffTheir outfits back in the 80s were “totally
tubular,” especially when all teen boys and teen girls were wearing their Converse shoes
and their Nike Air SneakersThe 1980s were the best of times for all of the then-teenage
lovebirds and their parentsThese people were young and in love, especially when they
were the ages between 13 and 17And what their favorite love songs of the 1980s were
“Time After Time” by Cyndi Lauper, “Material Girl” by Madonna, “Never Gonna Give You Up”
by Rick Astley, and other love songs that were heard back in the 1980s, especially the
year 1987This type of young love has brought the best in all of the young couplesIn
reference to young love among all of the then-teen couples, it’s like living in this “when
doves cry” momentAll young relationships are just like the ones these people have seen
in all movies from the 1980s, like “Dirty Dancing,” “Pretty In Pink,” “Can’t Buy Me Love,”
and “The Breakfast Club.”  And if young love were to revisit the 1980s and bring it back
to the future, young love will be indestructible forever.

Poem Details | by Brashard Bursey |
Categories: girlfriend-boyfriend, happiness, love, passion, teenschool, parents, day, love, parents, school, teenage, middle school, high school,

Teenage Love 3

Day in and day out, all teenagers are dedicating their love and lives for each otherThis
kind of young love have been with all of the young couples since day oneIt seems that
these two people have real feelings for each otherNo matter what these teen couples are
going through (good or bad), their love for each other will never be destroyed or worse.
Sometimes most relationships in middle school and high school may last within 24 hours,
but some of them will have lasted more than one dayIt also seems to everybody that their
first chance of love really won't be the last, especially when their parents (the moms and
the dads) are happy for their teenage offspringAs a matter fact, the parents will have
known what their lives were like when they were teenagers and they had experienced their
first loving relationships with the othersHow romantic and lovely were they? And without
love and if there's no trust and honesty among all teenage lovebirds, how are they going
to have real relationships?

Poem Details | by Brashard Bursey |
Categories: girlfriend-boyfriend, love, on writing and words, romanceschool, love, school, teen, teenage, middle school,

Teenage Love 7: Retired Couples

It looks like all of the elderly couples have been in love with each other since they were
real-life teenagers, even before the ones who were born in the 1980s existed, even me.
This type of teenage love has been around all of the elderly men and women who were young
since the 1950s, the 1960s and the 1970sIt seems to everyone that no matter how old
these two lovebirds get, they still have plenty of love for each otherBack in the day,
before the cell phone was invented, MTV made its cable debut, and before the Internet,
there was a lot of things all teenage love birds have done back in the 1950s to the 1970s:
they went to a drive-in movie to see one of their favorite films, they had gone to the
diner to eat hamburgers and fries, there were school dances, that kinda stuffAnd before
the high definition television sets were introduced, all teen guys took their teen
girlfriends to see the full moon back in the 1950s and the 1960s, including 1955 and 1964.
That's a date they'll never forgetTeenagers back in the 1950s, the 1960s, and the 1970s
have had a great time, especially when they fell in love back in either middle school or
high schoolThis is the kind of stuff they should talk to their grandchildren about it,
especially how they met and how they really did fall in loveIt also seems that it has
been years and years since all relationships have began to build between the then-two
young lovebirds (a teen boy-turned elderly man and a teen girl-turned elderly woman)How
interesting was that? Well, it looks like another generation of young love will take over
the lives of all young lovebirds of today and take over where their grandparents, who were
teenagers back in the time, have left offAnd if this kind of young love keeps increasing
before the year 2025, there's no telling what great thing might happen next.

Poem Details | by Brashard Bursey |
Categories: happiness, husband, love, on writing and words, romance, wedding, wifeday, happy, school, day, happy, love, school, teen, middle school, high school,

Teenage Love 6: The Engagement and The Marriage

Both of the young lovebirds who have been dating since middle school and high school will
have finally made it to the altar, and after a long-term engagementBoth lovebirds are
very excited about getting marriedFirst, these two former teenage lovebirds will have
gotten engaged after a guy, who used to be a teen boy asked a woman, who was a teen girl,
to have married himAnd before these two make it to the alter, then both young lovebirds
will have to make it throughout the engagement without ever cheating on each other and
stuffIt seems that a young man and a young woman have dreamed that they'd make it to the
wedding of their awesome dreams, which is now called, "the final frontier;" a famous quote
from "Star Trek." It also seems that once these two lovebirds have tied the knot after
saying the words, "I do," there's no turning backThere's also no way out of the
marriage, unless it ends in a divorceThis fairy tale story now has a happy romantic
ending for this loving couple who met in elementary school, middle school, and/or high
school, and pretty soon, there's going to be a happy ending for all would-be young
lovebirds, tooEverybody's talking about getting married since the day they started going
to school, especially what their dream weddings will have looked likeI find this type of
love very interestingOn top of that and as for this loving married couple who were once
teenagers when they fell in love with each other, they're going to tell each other three
words: "I love you." It also looks like that day in and day out, week after week, and
every day for the rest of their lives, they're going to stand by each other until the day
they pass onIt's just like the saying goes, "love conquers all," which means that all
marital relationships will never be brokenAnd if this type of love keeps growing and
growing and this ends up in marriage in the near future, these two love birds (a man and a
woman), their friends, and their family members will be ready for itthey'll all be ready
for the future of all lovebirds.

Poem Details | by Brashard Bursey |
Categories: girlfriend-boyfriend, love, on writing and words, romance, teenschool, love, school, middle school,

Teenage Love 16: Teen Couples of the 1990s

Young love has revolutionized the 1990s and had brought all of the then-teen boys and the
then-teen girls togetherThis type of love has been around since the day these two
lovebirds met in middle school or high school, especially when he and she were in the 8th
gradeYoung love was so amazing back in the 1990s, including the year 1990, it's like
both young lovers were living in a fairy tale worldIt was the time for all of the
then-teen lovebirds to have expressed their real feelings for each other and stuffEven
when their parents found out that their then-teen sons and their then-teen daughters were
dating, they were either happy about it or not pleasedThere were lot of things all of
the then-teen couples have done in reference to dating: they've gone out to eat, they've
gone to the movies, to school dances (including prom), and that's itWhat's so great
about young love is when two people are enjoying each other, especially when they're
walking in the park or whatever these two then-teen lovers were doing back in the 90s.
This is starting to look like episodes of "My So-Called Life" and "Degrassi High" and the
1995 film, "Clueless," starring Alicia Silverstone and Donald FaisonWhat a decade these
tow young lovebirds hadAnd if true love and young love continue to have plenty of affect
on all of the young lovebirds just like they did with the teen couples back in the 90s,
who knows what great thing might happen?

Poem Details | by Kishan sharma |
Categories: love hurts, memory, middle school, miracle, miss you, missing you, slavery, soccer, solitude, sorry, spiritual, stars, sunshine,

love connection

Love is you,my dear, you are mine,
My heart and heart are you mine.

You are only my every moment,
I know that you know it.

The love of both are tied together,
Mind you are mine and you are mine.

My luck and wealth are you mine.
You stay only in my heart,
Do you know how to know this?

Since birth is my birth,
 you have separated from me since then.

Just got to meet a little late,
We do not have any clue about it.

Love is you,my dear,
You are mine,
My heart and heart are you mine.

Poem Details | by Brashard Bursey |
Categories: girlfriend-boyfriend, love, on writing and words, romance, teenmusic, love, music, teen, middle school,

Teenage Love 14: Teen Couples of the 1970s

The 1970s were the grooviest years for all of the teenage lovebirds-turned-married adults.
Young love has still been among all of the then-teen couples since the day disco music was
bornIt seems that when two young people (a teen boy-turned-man and a teen
girl-turned-grown woman) first met while attending at summer camp, they were meant to have
been togetherAnd when they met back in either middle school or high school, it was love
at first sight for themBack in the 1970s, including the year 1975, all teen lovebirds
had gone to the movies at various movie theaters, listened to a lot of  music (pop, rock
and roll, rhythm and blues, and disco) gone out to eat, that kinda stuffTheir outfits
were very awesome back in the day, especially when the young boys-turned-men and the young
girls-turned-women had afros and had been wearing bell-bottoms and stuffWhat was so
great about young love back in the 1970s was when these two young lovers had always been
serious with each other, especially when they had made a promise not to have ever cheated
on each other with other people, even if this guy was as attractive as he was and this
girl was also as attractive as she wasIt looks like love has never taken its tolls on
everyone, not even their mothers and their fathersThis is starting to look like an
episode of "Happy Days," which was a great TV show with Henry WinklerThat was very
interestingAnd even when all of the then-teenage lovebirds were still together, all teen
idols were in the Hollywood, California, scene, that included Erin Murphy, Donny Osmond,
and Melissa Sue
AndersonYoung love back in the 1970s was also when "The Brady Bunch" was on the airAnd
if this type of young love keeps growing and growing, even before the 22nd century,
there's no telling what beautiful thing might happen next.

Poem Details | by Jessica Schick |
Categories: best friend, boyfriend, confusion, crush, love, middle school,

I Have Two Loves

I have two loves
And I can't decide
Which one to pick

One love is
My boyfriend
I asked him out
Last Wednesday
He's funny
A complete gentleman
And loves music
We can laugh about anything
And we walk together
Every morning
He knows that I
Play baseball with
My brother
But something's not right
To have this love, I must
Forget my best friend.

The other love is
A love I shouldn't have
He's athletic
And unbelievably sweet
We share smiles across
The classroom
He helps me open my locker
And when I'm alone
He comes and sits by me
He knows that I
Love to bake and cook
Even when omlettes catch on fire
But something's not right
This love is also
One of the loves of
My closest friend.

I have two loves.
J and O
Which one to choose?
You make the choice
So I don't have to.

Poem Details | by Kamcee Ugwokegbe |
Categories: lost love, love, love hurts, middle school, school, drug,

Those eyes pt 2


But my mistake 
Was a beautiful disaster
That i would never take back

If only I could find
Where it all went wrong
But I would never have noticed
Because I was blinded
With the love for those eyes

I tried not to make eye contact
But I was addicted
You were my drug
But also my disease
You were saving me
but also killing rapidly

I long to recover 
From the love of those eyes
But I don't want to recover
I want the memory of those eyes
To linger in my mind

Maybe if I could move on
Maybe it would go away

But the problem is
I fell in love with something
That will never change
I fell in love with those eyes

As we all age
Everything will change 
But those eyes
Will forever stay the same

So no matter what you do
How long we are apart
Where your heart is
Every time you look at me
I will fall in love
All over again 
With those eyes

Poem Details | by Mike Grant |
Categories: 12th grade, america, art, beautiful, betrayal, break up, character, depression, divorce, emotions, encouraging, endurance, family, fantasy, february, feelings, firework, friend, holiday, humor, middle school, military, nonsense, ocean, paradise, remember, science, silly, smart, society, spoken word, summer, sweet, sweet love, symbolism, sympathy, teen love, travel, vacation, visionary, voyage,

Hot Chick

High maintenance, Lots of patience
                      Trying to Stay out of 
                         Police stations

        They drive you nuts, With their butts
                          You better have
           A million bucks, I wish you luck

                 Nice clothes, Fancy shows 
                        Expensive stores 
            Most men knows, That really blows

                    Nice cars, Fancy bars 
                        G-string panties 
                      In their drawers

          High maintenance, Lots of patience 
                        Trying to stay out of 
                           Police stations

                   Double d's, I guarantee 
                             We all agree
                     That's what we need

           To go broke, Let's try and cope
                     This ain't a joke
                    Let's take a vote 
                   This song is dope