Change Poems by Teens

Poetry about Change

Dealing with changes is challenging. Especially in our teen years when it seems like changes are unending. Sometimes, we fight to hold on to what we were while, at the very same time, we fight to let go of what we were. That said, change shouldn't be feared. Changes are a beneficial, healthy part of growing up. You might lose something good in the process, but you will most likely gain something even better. People, places, and feelings always change so don't resist it. Embrace change, and life will always offer you something new, different, and interesting.

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Poem About Middle School And Change
  • By Mia Bledsoe
  • Published: September 2015
Daisies

When I see daisies,
Memories I recall
Of a game I learned when
I was oh so small.

Plucking each petal one at a time.
He loves me, he loves me not, he loves me,
I sang every line.

Happy, carefree in the midday sun.
I felt engulfed in a world of joyous love,
Falling asleep when the day was done.

The world has changed,
And so have I.
As a teenager I have become
Somewhat shy.

I wish I could wrap myself in a silk cocoon
And escape this middle school drama
Until early June.
Emerge a butterfly into the summer sun,
I would fly to the daisies
And have fun, fun, fun.

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