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Monday, 14 November 2011

Teenage Trend

Teenage Trend 

There you stand, giving just enough! 
Posing, pouting and strutting your stuff, 
Each acoustic sound you make 
Plucks at another teenage heart till it breaks! 
But time moves on ,
So make the most, 
Play your part, act grandiose!   
For fame is fleeting like a bird, 
So sing out now make your self heard, 
 For teenage hearts are quick to mend, 
Tomorrow may bring a brand new trend !


Margaret Bednar

Submitted to In Tandem where art meets poetry 

12 comments:

  1. How right you are! Thanks for Tandeming again this week. :)

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  2. This is so AWESOME! Well done and so true! Truly enjoyed this.

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  3. I teach in a public high school; I feel you.

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  4. I really love your poetry! Thank you for always sharing~

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  5. My first read was delightful...then I sang it using "But time moves on" as my chorus. I had a grand time. Thanks.

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  6. Hello.
    Yes indeed...so true.
    Wonderful imagery.
    Thanks for sharing & visiting. I appreciate the comment.

    Cry Not For Me

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  7. awesome imagery!!!

    http://lynnaima.wordpress.com/2011/10/20/down-the-line-in-plain-sight/

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  8. Agood thought and well penned, Kez. Nicely done!

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  9. A great poem, definitely captures the teenage heart and mind :) Thanks for sharing!

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  10. i like the irony of you saying sing your heart out and in the picture he sure doesn't look like he's doing that, does he?

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