Change Poems by Teens

Poetry about Change

Dealing with changes is challenging. Especially in our teen years when it seems like changes are unending. Sometimes, we fight to hold on to what we were while, at the very same time, we fight to let go of what we were. That said, change shouldn't be feared. Changes are a beneficial, healthy part of growing up. You might lose something good in the process, but you will most likely gain something even better. People, places, and feelings always change so don't resist it. Embrace change, and life will always offer you something new, different, and interesting.

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  1. Was I Just An Accident?

    • By Sophie F
    • Published: June 2014
    Poem About Contemplating Existence

    I didn't ask to be born.
    It just happened.
    I wasn't planned,
    I was almost abandoned.

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    • Rating 4.61
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    This poem just hit me. I never lost my mom, but in a way I did lose my dad. He’s never around, and when he does come around he doesn’t acknowledge that I’m there. He spends all the time with...

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  3. Life Will Never Wait

    • By Elizabeth A Cox
    • Published: July 27, 2018
    Poem About Needing To Make A Change

    I used to be that girl,
    The one who hid in the shadows.
    The one who hid her face from others
    The one who drowned in her tears.

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    • Votes 15
    • Rating 4.60
  4. Life Changing Experiences

    • By Cassandra
    • Published: February 2012

    You always see me smiling,
    But on the inside I'm really crying.
    Nobody knows me,
    Nobody understands me....

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    • Rating 4.44
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  6. Out With The Old And In With The New

    Poem About Finding The Real You

    I blocked out happy and I blocked out sad.
    People told me to open my eyes and see what I could've had.
    As it spun and as it twirled,
    Round and round went my misunderstood world.

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    • Votes 42
    • Rating 4.40
  7. Daisies

    • By Mia Bledsoe
    • Published: September 2015
    Poem About Middle School And Change

    When I see daisies,
    Memories I recall
    Of a game I learned when
    I was oh so small.

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    • Votes 59
    • Rating 4.37
  8. Clean Of My Emptiness

    • By Emily
    • Published: March 2012

    Off to the emptiness
    where I am widely invited.
    I do hope loneliness
    will consume my soul....

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    • Rating 4.36
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  10. At Last.. Happiness

    • By Bryttani Howard
    • Published: November 2011

    Popping pills all the time,
    Even though I know it's not right,
    Cutting deep into my skin,
    Gripping my blade tight....

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    • Rating 4.33
  11. My Drug Change

    • By Trey Micheal Young
    • Published: March 2011

    It's a whole new day
    the past is gone
    mistakes are mistakes
    let's move along...

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    • Rating 4.30
    Featured Shared Story

    This poem was good. It made me think of myself.

  12. A Rose In The Moon

    • By Kayla L. Haggard
    • Published: March 2013
    Change From Depressed To Happy

    Amongst the midnight sky,
    I stare at a rose as it dies.

    Its pedals are torn and bruised, ...

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    • Votes 52
    • Rating 4.27
  13. How It Used To Be

    • By Ryan Kennedy
    • Published: January 2009

    I saw her during recess
    And then again at lunch
    I kinda liked to tease her
    I'd always dodge her punch...

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    • Rating 4.21

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