Love Poem by Teens

Poem Of Teenage Love And Wonder

The teenage years can be an emotional rollercoaster, especially when it comes to matters of the heart. Using similes such as a fuzzy new kitten and an Eskimo kiss, the poem describes the warmth and light that their partner brings to their life. The poem captures the thrill and excitement of young romance, as well as the sense of safety and security that comes from being in the arms of someone you love.

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I Feel It In My Toes

© more by Coral Leffew

Published by Family Friend Poems February 2011 with permission of the Author.

Like a fuzzy new kitten you light up my day,
I've always wondered how you could make me feel this way,
Like an Eskimo kiss on a sun burnt nose,
It makes me wiggle my feet and curl my toes,
The way you light up every darkened sky,
The warmth in your palms and that twinkle in your eye,
Like a new born baby screaming for it's mom,
Without you, I couldn't make it on my own,
It's true I owe my happiness to you,
Swimming in the waterfall of your arms,
Backed up in a pillow safe from other's harm,
Like a window we can't seem to get closed,
A kiss trickles down from my head to my toes,
Just as a river keeps swaying away,
I keep my rhythm in my own way,
Like the feeling when you pick me a rose,
I don't feel it in my hand, I feel it in my toes.


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