Teen Pregnancy Poems

Teen Pregnancy Poems

Poems about Teen Pregnancy

Many people judge teen parents thinking they are irresponsible, and too young to raise a child. Teen mothers especially are faced with many emotional struggles. How will they finish school? What will their parents say? Should they hide it? Should they abort? What if their baby has no father? Trapped in a sea of these doubts and others, many pregnant teens aren't sure what to do. Some people might tell pregnant teens, "Your life is over when you have that baby". Teens should remember though, having a child doesn't end your life, it simply gives you a new and different future.

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Pregnancy Poetry 1-10 of 15

  • by Mackenzie Y
  • Published: 2/24/2014
I Didn't Want To Leave You

I didn't want to leave you
I wanted to stay
but my mother said I had to go
and so she took me away…

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  • Votes 18
  • Rating: 4.61
Teen Miscarriage Poem
  • by Mikaela
  • Published: Mar 2012
It All Started With A Hook Up...

It started with a hook up.
And than the plus sign appeared.
Your daddy told me to take care of it.
I did as he told. …

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  • Stories 1
  • Emailed 1
  • Votes 107
  • Rating: 4.53
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I am currently an 9th grader. My baby daddy is a black boy and he's my step-daddy. This is how it …

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  • by Rebekah S
  • Published: Jul 2011
All Alone For Now

It happened at the age of sixteen,
She was scared to look up at that screen.
Knowing there was a little heart beat,
She would soon get kicked out to the street.…

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  • Emailed 3
  • Votes 113
  • Rating: 4.49
  • by Lynn M. Anthony
  • Published: Feb 2006
She's Too Young

Not yet do the parents know that they will soon be the youngest grandparents on the block.

Walking through the store, everyone stares but no one says a thing.

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  • Stories 18
  • Emailed 31
  • Votes 446
  • Rating: 4.38
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This poem is excellent, I'm in the situation now but I'm not scared anymore I'm only 5 months, but …

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  • by Jayden
  • Published: Sep 2008
Mummies Little Girl

packing my bag and leaving for school
3 months pregnant I feel like a fool
nobody knows but I'm starting to show

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  • Stories 5
  • Emailed 7
  • Votes 104
  • Rating: 4.32
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I like this I will know where your coming from soon I understand what you went thro I'm 16 & …

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Poem For My baby Who Passed Away
  • by Tanease
  • Published: Jul 2011
Unborn

my heart breaks to know I can't have you
it takes so much of me to understand
that you are needed somewhere else
and not in my arms,…

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  • Stories 3
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  • Votes 31
  • Rating: 4.29
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I am so sorry for both of y'all. I know how you both feel I lost my baby too that's the reason why …

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Inspirational Poem For Pregnant Teens
  • by Michelle
  • Published: 12/10/2013
Teen Pregnancy

Pregnancy is scary at first,
but my excitement just burst.
The day I found out,
I didn't have a doubt, …

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  • Votes 19
  • Rating: 4.05
  • by Courtney
  • Published: Jun 2009
My Unborn Baby

To my unborn baby.
I lay at night knowing it'll be alright.
I watch you on the black and white screen,
Thinking will you're eyes be brown or green.…

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  • Stories 20
  • Emailed 5
  • Votes 172
  • Rating: 3.97
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I love this I'm 26 weeks with a girl I'm going to name Hailey Rose

  • by Samantha
  • Published: Aug 2008
I Can't Believe It's Me

I can't believe this is me
I don't know what to do
all I can say is I'm scared and too young
I don't want to be a mom …

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  • Stories 19
  • Emailed 6
  • Votes 115
  • Rating: 3.97
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Hey I'm Brandon and I know how hard it is to be a teen parent, when I was 13 I got my girlfriend …

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