Teen Moving On Love Poems

Poems by Teens about Moving On

Whatever you do, don't get stuck in the past. If you don't like where you are at, don't stay there. Move on. Admittedly, this is hard to do, sometimes it can even seem impossible, but it's not. Acknowledge your feelings and accept them, but let them go. Seek closure and forgive. Do things that make you happy. Take a trip, read a great book, or watch movies. Meet new people and appreciate yourself. Life is a gift that doesn't last forever. Make sure you live it to the fullest, even if that means letting go of someone who was dear to you.

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When A Friend Need To Move On Poem
  • By Jo
  • Published: November 2013
A Friend In Need Is A Friend Indeed

The hopeful glimmer in your eyes,
hoping he will recognize.
The way you smile just for him,
knowing deep down the chance is slim.

He will never see past your face,
the scars you bear cannot all be traced.
You sit and mope, ask me what you should do,
I'd tell you in a heartbeat, if only I knew.

I can tell you both live different life's,
one who shines the other in strife.
You say that you don't really care,
that he hardly notices you're ever there.

I know you're lying and so do you,
but it's not my place to tell you what to do.
To get over him and clear your mind,
is a solution I believe you will never find.

You're my friend and I will always be here,
to dry your eyes and offer an ear.
Sitting there and watching you fall apart,
is weighing heavily on my heart.

He is always on your mind and your pride is forgone.
I think it's time to just move on.

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