Alone Poems by Teens - Page 4

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  1. Day By Day

    • By Molly Sittig
    • Published: March 2014

    Yelling, screaming--that's what I hear
    No noise of laughter, not a sound of cheer
    Every word spoken comes out like a punch in the face
    Everyone looks with such disgrace...

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    • Rating 4.16
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    I'm just like you my half sister and my sister and my dad are all blessed with knowledge and special skills , my mom has a good memory and is blessed a little too, yet I'm so different I do...

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  3. I Am Looking At You

    As I try to change,
    you never see me,
    I stare at you,
    but you never look at me,...

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    • Votes 59
    • Rating 4.15
  4. From The 12 Year Old Outcast

    The Perfect Family

    My brother the A student/Perfect Athlete
    Beautiful wife and children
    Serving in the army
    The one who calls me 'Kiddy'...

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    • Votes 86
    • Rating 4.14
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    Your poem hit me inside I semi understand what you mean, but I think you should know imperfects are the most beautiful part about a person; including yourself.

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  6. Black Dove

    • By Ashley Dillon
    • Published: October 2015
    Poem About Not Feeling Welcomed

    There sat a black dove,
    dark as night,
    doing wrong,
    though knowing right.

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    • Votes 36
    • Rating 4.14
  7. She Never Shed A Tear

    When she was young, she bumped her head
    She did not shed a tear
    She scraped and bruised her knees
    She did not shed a tear...

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    • Votes 19
    • Rating 4.11
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    This is so true. I cry almost every night. Nobody knows. People wonder why I get no sleep at night and they wonder why I never cry. Truth is I do cry, just not around them. I cry silently in...

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  8. Masked Emotions

    • By Destiny
    • Published: May 2012

    There is something about me
    Everyone wonders what that could be
    could it be my smile
    what about my laugh...

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    • Votes 55
    • Rating 4.11
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  10. No One Special Just Me

    • By Tiana
    • Published: September 2011

    I had nightmares since the age of five
    and I hated myself for being alive
    I struggled through my primary years
    I had to hide to cry my tears...

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    • Favorited 3
    • Votes 36
    • Rating 4.11
  11. You Wouldn’t Understand

    • By Emma May
    • Published: January 2017

    You don't know me.
    Don't pretend like you do.
    You know nothing about what I've been through.
    I probably will never tell you,

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    • Stories 0
    • Shares 17
    • Favorited 8
    • Votes 37
    • Rating 4.08
  12. Secret Keeper

    • By Ravyn
    • Published: March 2015
    Poem About Expressing Emotions

    You hold all my secrets
    Now that he's gone,
    A simple phrase or emotion held for days,
    To you, it don't matter how long.

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    • Votes 26
    • Rating 4.04
  13. Daddy's Gone

    • By Sab
    • Published: August 2008

    daddy was never here for me
    and I don't think he ever will be
    he left when I was young
    and never came back...

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    • Favorited 3
    • Votes 47
    • Rating 4.00
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    My dad got kicked out last year and I wanted to know if you knew any tips on how to deal with it. When he was here he never was a dad. he just sat around all day. And your poem was very touching.

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