Feelings Poems by Teens

Poems about Feelings

Some teenagers think that showing feelings is a sign of weakness. However, the contrary is true. Those people that have the courage to share their feelings with their peers are likely to have healthier, happier, and longer lasting relationships. Teens and adolescents often have feelings of an intense nature that are difficult to handle. Teens may be embarrassed, thinking that there is something wrong with the feelings that they have. I have three words for you, share, share, and share.

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  1. A Lost Little Girl

    • By Steph
    • Published: December 2008
    Poem About Not Recognizing Who You've Become

    She looks in the mirror
    And sees someone staring straight back at her
    A lost little girl
    With cold hard eyes

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    • Stories 13
    • Shares 402
    • Favorited 30
    • Votes 325
    • Rating 4.43
    Featured Shared Story

    I was looking for some poems for my 12-year-old daughter, and I bumped upon this poem. A great poem and reflection of the feelings of a teenage girl. I say this because I see my daughter...

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  3. My Life Will Never Get Better

    • By Angel
    • Published: May 2008
    Feel Like I Can't Trust Anybody Poem

    Why does it feel like no one cares
    I thought I had a good friend
    but it wasn't true
    how do I trust

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    • Stories 9
    • Shares 98
    • Favorited 3
    • Votes 146
    • Rating 3.84
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    I really liked this poem very much because I'm undergoing this situation now. Whenever something goes wrong, I'll go to her and share my sorrows but now to whom will I go and share all my...

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  4. Fatal Consequences

    I felt so alone inside my head,
    A constant wish that I was dead.
    Empty and broken, I was alone,
    The reasons behind this? Unknown.

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    • Stories 7
    • Shares 373
    • Favorited 34
    • Votes 348
    • Rating 4.52
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    When your father is controlled by substances out of your world, you scream and yell at the top of your lungs to make it stop. But you're frozen, watching him slowly fade away into nothing.

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  6. The Real Me

    • By Ladaisha
    • Published: January 2009
    Poem About Having Two Roles In Life

    I sit in the classroom
    Very quiet and shy
    People use me
    Take advantage of me...

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    • Stories 7
    • Shares 79
    • Favorited 6
    • Votes 221
    • Rating 4.29
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    I understand. I am like that and escape through art. My real friends who know me stand up and say something, but my mind screams. When I let it go, people at school stare it will get better....

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  7. Wanting To Feel Something

    Poem About Holding In Pain

    Have you ever held in pain to the point where it seemed like you didn't care?
    You could've sworn you were crying,
    But when you went to wipe tears away there was nothing there?
    Going through life empty,

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    • Stories 6
    • Shares 1353
    • Favorited 42
    • Votes 540
    • Rating 4.35
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    All I have to say is that I really feel blessed to be able to feel it all. I am so grateful to G-d that I have the strength to care about things when I have a LOT of pain stored inside of my...

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  8. Pressure

    • By Faith
    • Published: May 2009
    A Poem I Wrote In Foster Care

    You can be as sad as you want,
    but don't shed a tear.
    The children are watching,
    you'll show them you're fear...

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    • Stories 4
    • Shares 58
    • Favorited 0
    • Votes 67
    • Rating 4.24
    Featured Shared Story

    Hi, My name is Aubrey. I went through a lot growing up, I'm 13 years old and in Foster Care. I was always left home alone, only to look after my 3 younger siblings. (Ages 1, 2 ,3 , all ten...

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  10. Girl In The Rain

    Dressed in a sundress
    Under the pouring rain,
    She twirled around,
    Raising her hands to the air.

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    • Stories 3
    • Shares 887
    • Favorited 5
    • Votes 304
    • Rating 4.29
    Featured Shared Story

    Great piece. The poem touches me every time I read it. It exactly described my past experience.

  11. Just Because

    • By Binh P.
    • Published: December 2007
    Don't Judge Me Because I'm A Quiet Poem

    Just because I'm quiet
    doesn't mean I'm mute
    Doesn't mean I'm boring
    Doesn't mean I can't be outgoing

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    • Stories 3
    • Shares 152
    • Favorited 14
    • Votes 420
    • Rating 4.29
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    I'm glad somebody understands. People never leave me alone because I'm shy. They try to lure me out into an argument or fight so that I get embarrassed or scared just so they can enjoy the...

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  12. It Hurts...

    A Poem About Someone Who Hurts

    It doesn't hurt when I talk to you.
    It hurts when you don't talk to me.

    It doesn't hurt knowing I'm your friend....

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    • Stories 3
    • Shares 22
    • Favorited 3
    • Votes 141
    • Rating 3.84
    Featured Shared Story

    This relates to me a lot. I like one of my best guy friends. The second to last stanza is perfect. He has a girlfriend which I'm okay with, the thing that sucks is HE didn't tell me, I found...

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  13. Good Enough For Me

    • By Jurnee2nevaeh
    • Published: December 2008
    I've Cut Off All Emotions

    Born a self hatin' little girl with a soul so pure
    Beautiful and smart-- so young, yet mature
    Talented with words, but the world doesn't see
    That this is the only way that I know how to be me...

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    • Stories 2
    • Shares 179
    • Favorited 15
    • Votes 421
    • Rating 4.41
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    This poem shows excellent rhymes and wonderful description. In a way, I can relate to you being depressed because at some times it's hard to share your feelings about a problem you have or...

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