Alone Poems by Teens

Poems About Teenage Loneliness

Being alone is one of the saddest conditions for a human being to experience. You may feel alone with your family, if you think that no one understands you. Often people are afraid to share who they are because they think that they will be rejected. However, if you are not sharing who you are, you are not truly with the people you love. On the other hand when you share your true self, you risk being rejected. Often individuals seek people out of the family unit with whom they can share themselves without fear of rejection.

Teens Write Poetry About Feeling Lonely

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  1. Can Anybody Hear Me?

    Poem About The Hurt Of Being Isolated And Alone

    I want someone to hold me,
    But I'm the only one here.
    I want someone to listen to me,
    But I'm the only ear.

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    • Stories 6
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    • Favorited 75
    • Votes 302
    • Rating 4.51
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    Trust me, you're not alone. My parents tell me that they went through this phase as a teenager, but I have taken so many depression tests, and they all say I have it. I feel like there is no...

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  3. Just My Mask

    Pretending To Be Okay

    Of course I'm fine, why do you ask?
    Oh, don't mind this, it's just my mask.
    It hides the grief, it hides the strife.
    I wear this mask to escape the knife.

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    • Stories 36
    • Shares 2376
    • Favorited 220
    • Votes 1251
    • Rating 4.64
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    Thank you for your story.

    When I was nine years old, I was raped. And it continued for two years. I never told anyone because the man threatened to hurt my family. When I wrote this...

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  4. Imagine

    • By Shelby S.
    • Published: May 2013
    Nobody Understands Me

    Imagine yourself
    Alone in your head.
    You're hanging, dangling
    From a silver thread.

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    • Stories 21
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    • Favorited 173
    • Votes 1450
    • Rating 4.63
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    We hear you without a doubt! But don't let those feelings take you out. Your mom, you dad, and your friends all about are silently listening and praying, no doubt. We love you, we care, we're...

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  6. Help Me

    Be My Friend

    Hear my cries. I need your help.
    Please come save me from myself.

    Be my friend, a guiding light.

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    • Stories 3
    • Shares 554
    • Favorited 58
    • Votes 172
    • Rating 4.56
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    I love this poem. I'm 17 years old, and I also feel that way. Yes, I have a lot of friends, but no one understands.

  7. The True Me

    • By Jessica S. Bauzon
    • Published: September 18, 2019
    No One Knowing How You Feel

    Why do you stand around and watch me cry?
    Don't you see me in the corner of your eye?
    I'm in so much pain, don't you see?
    Why do you just stare and watch me bleed?

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    • Stories 0
    • Shares 35
    • Favorited 2
    • Votes 18
    • Rating 4.33
  8. The Weeping Willow

    • By Chris Trottier
    • Published: April 2014
    Poem About Pain And Losing Hope

    Each night I find myself sitting against the tree,
    Hating myself, locking my heart and throwing away the key,
    I sit there and wait, just hoping for the someone who may care.
    No one ever comes, nor will they, I am aware.

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    • Stories 5
    • Shares 399
    • Favorited 47
    • Votes 485
    • Rating 4.55
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    It was one word...DIVINE. You might think you are forgotten, but your poem will never be forgotten. It will forever sing in our heart. You are a talented poet and you should never stop....

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  10. The Hidden Pain

    • By Abigail S. Williams
    • Published: September 2018

    The me you see is not the real me.
    This isn't who I wish to be.
    I hide the pain, I hide the strife.
    Honestly, I just want to escape this life.

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    • Stories 4
    • Shares 187
    • Favorited 21
    • Votes 77
    • Rating 4.34
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    I was really amazed by the level of sorrow in this poem. It truly touched me. Sometimes I, too, feel myself in the same condition of loneliness and sorrow. This poem reminded me of my blue...

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  11. Heart Of Ice

    The beat of rain upon the land
    Broken teardrop in my hand
    Shattered remains upon the ground
    My beating heart the only sound

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    • Stories 1
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    • Favorited 40
    • Votes 201
    • Rating 4.51
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    Your poem is my favorite. It speaks to me on so many levels. Thank you for sharing it with us :)

  12. Disappear

    • By Brooke Waldon
    • Published: October 2016
    Looking For Someone Who Understands

    It seems that my only option is to cry,
    But day by day I keep asking myself why.
    Why am I always sad?
    Why am I always mad?

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    • Stories 1
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    • Favorited 13
    • Votes 61
    • Rating 4.38
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    Sorry you feel as I do. It's not good to feel alone. Remember it's not only you, but together we stand. Remember, we're friends.

  13. Unheard Whispers

    • By Kayyyyyydia
    • Published: October 2017

    I try and try, but no one can see

    That I'm hurt, that I'm broken,
    That I'm not even me.

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    • Stories 1
    • Shares 36
    • Favorited 7
    • Votes 22
    • Rating 4.00
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    I can relate. I used to have this friend. I am not very outgoing, to say the least, and so I never really made any friends other that her, and she knew this. Last year we were placed in...

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