Things can change in a blink.

You seem to go each day wondering who your friends are,
What they say about you, what they think about you,
Always trying to drown everything out like “LALALA”,
It never works, it’s all in vain,
being a teenager is living life with a perminent pain,
it’s in your heart, you feel like you’ll never find ‘the one’,
the truth is, he’s probably been there all along,
you just been to open your eyes, not move on…
One day you hope you’ll be happy, living in a big house,
Some people you know won’t get there,
Some have everything but never share,
There’s new things round every corner,
Of course you’re confused, bewildered and sometimes you just want to cry,
But never ever give up, you can always say you at least had a try…
Some people will be able to relate to this poem, some won’t,
Just don’t you worry about your life,

Things can change in a blink.

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Poem about veing a teenager, basically why no adult understands us…


life, poem, hurt, change, things, teenager, blink, stephanie hadley


  • cwhat
    cwhatover 4 years ago

    you’d be surprised how many young hearts beat in old chests, we have the benefits of time and the penalties of age, thank you for your poem it took me back to a time of unrequited love

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