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Teenager Killed By A Drunk Driver Poem

This poem is about a teenager who is killed by a drunk driver. Anyone who gets behind the wheel of a vehicle while intoxicated is inconsiderate!!!! Don't drink and drive!!!

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Published by Family Friend Poems March 2008 with permission of the author.

He was the most loved with a million friends.
Football star with so many wins.
He had the cutest smile that you would ever see.
He was the funniest person that you would ever meet.
He had a full scholarship from a college in another state,
But he loved football so he couldn't wait.
A week after graduation, his girlfriend and some friends had a celebration.
He was excited because it was the last party of the year,
He kissed his mom goodbye as she told him not to drink any beer.
He smiled at her and said, "Relax mom, I won't, I'll be home around midnight."
She told him she loved him and to have a good time.
As he cruised down the street
He thought of how much he would miss his friends,
And he thought of his girlfriend and how good things had been.
He slowed to a stop as the light turned red,
But the car behind him didn't seem to see the stop ahead.
He flew from the windshield and onto the ground.
He could see, but he couldn't look around.
He tried to call for help, but his words wouldn't speak.
His heart got slower and his body grew weak.
Family and friends flashed in his mind,
He thought about his girlfriend one last time.
The medics worked on him to give him breath,
But he was fading fast
So close to death.
His neck was broken, and his bones were cracked....
So hard to be identified because his face was smashed.
Time passed by and he opened his eyes to see a man.
There wasn't a scratch on him, but he could barely stand.
"I didn't mean for this to happen," he said with slurred words.
The officer asked, "Have you been drinking, sir?"
The man looked at the boy and nodded his head.
And the boy closed his eyes remembering what his mother had said.
A tear ran down his face as the light turned red,
And around midnight, he was pronounced dead.


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