Water Bombs

Collection of poetry for young adults about things that matter to them, like boyfriends, names, jobs, etc.

Water Bombs

Author: Steven Herrick

Publisher: University of Queensland Press(Australia)

ISBN: 9780702228070

Page: 64

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The Pain Tree

Explores the theme of angst through a collection of poetry written by teenagers.

The Pain Tree

Author: Esther Watson

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 9780618047581

Page: 62

View: 610

Explores the theme of angst through a collection of poetry written by teenagers.

When Life Gives You Lemons

This book will relate to any problem they may face. This book "When Life Gives You Lemons" helps them make Lemonade.

When Life Gives You Lemons

Author: De'onte Lemons

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781465397850

Page: 82

View: 345

When Life Gives You Lemons, is a must buy for any teenager or young adult that´s is going through a diffucult time in their life right now. This book will relate to any problem they may face. This book "When Life Gives You Lemons" helps them make Lemonade.

TEENAGE POEMS

Sabrina's poems came pouring out of her imagination of all the could-be scenarios and sinusoidal waves of emotion that comes with love. Stuck in her shoe-box room, Sabrina created a whole universe of love and wrote it down in her diaries.

TEENAGE POEMS

Author: SABRINA MALIK

Publisher: Austin Macauley

ISBN: 9781528953726

Page: 104

View: 673

This was during a time before the Internet where keeping a paperback diary was a commonplace. Sabrina was caught between two very different cultures. Her parents were not orthodox Muslim but they were conservative, strict enough not to allow her to have any boyfriends or stay out too late. Sabrina loved Bollywood movies and the melodic songs with the backdrop of colourful melodrama. However, she also loved the boldness of Madonna who was strong and didn't play by the rules. Sabrina's poems came pouring out of her imagination of all the could-be scenarios and sinusoidal waves of emotion that comes with love. Stuck in her shoe-box room, Sabrina created a whole universe of love and wrote it down in her diaries.

Teen to Teen

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Teen to Teen

Author: Summer Hanson

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1469189623

Page: 84

View: 651

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My Journey Through Poetry

My Journey through Poetry is a journey to self acceptance and discovery in the eyes of a teen fed up with the effects of the world on self-esteem. This collection of poems is an easy read allowing you to revisit those trying teenage years.

My Journey Through Poetry

Author: Simone Nikkole

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781462821730

Page: 133

View: 230

My Journey through Poetry is a journey to self acceptance and discovery in the eyes of a teen fed up with the effects of the world on self-esteem. This collection of poems is an easy read allowing you to revisit those trying teenage years. Each poem holds its own message, its own story. In order for us to grow as people, we have to connect to the past, learn from our struggles and allow the hard times to give us strength for the future. My Journey through Poetry gives you that chance. Someone has been in your shoes and is there to help you triumph. My Journey through Poetry harnesses the belief that life gets better; there is light at the end of the tunnel. Its not about how you finish but the journey you have getting there.

Words from a Teenage Mind

They also depict events from other people's lives through the eyes of the author. This book is filled with beautiful poetry that teenagers all over the world can relate to.

Words from a Teenage Mind

Author: La`Nee` C. Brown

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781465391513

Page: 70

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Words From a Teenage Mind is a collection of poems written in the form of a diary. The poems are written in chronological order from 2004 to 2010. The poems follow the author, La' Nee' C. Brown, throughout her teenage years. They tell a story about her life and love life as a teenager. They depict events that happened during the time the poems were written. They also depict events from other people's lives through the eyes of the author. This book is filled with beautiful poetry that teenagers all over the world can relate to. Subjects vary from lose of a best friend, to an absent father, and even the joys and heartbreaks of love and relationships. After reading this collection of poetry teenagers all over the world will soon realize that they are not alone in what ever it is they are going through. Guaranteed page turner!!!

Book of Poems About Being a Teenager

The Baggy Look You like the way you dress But your parents say you're a mess
You have chosen your own look And everyone tells you to go read a book When
will they understand You are your own biggest fan Spending Time with Family ...

Book of Poems About Being a Teenager

Author: Wendy Elmer

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1450268463

Page: 52

View: 262

This book is about the emotional ups and downs of being a teenager. Etc. Parent teachers conferences, things that come up in high school. In moments of anger the teenagers cant express themselves because they feel nobody is listening. This book puts into words what they are going through. They are indeed not alone.

Reading and Writing Poetry with Teenagers

This versatile volume combines examples of poetry from historical and contemporary masters with high school writing.

Reading and Writing Poetry with Teenagers

Author: Fredric Lown

Publisher: Walch Publishing

ISBN: 9780825127939

Page: 172

View: 853

This versatile volume combines examples of poetry from historical and contemporary masters with high school writing. Each chapter contains poems for reading aloud, poems for discussion, models for writing exercises, samples of student poems, and a bibliography for extended reading. Many teachers use Reading and Writing Poetry with Teenagers across disciplines. Writing exercises include: Animals as Symbols Family Portraits in Words Of War and Peace Writing Song Lyrics as an Expression of Social Protest

Teen Angst

Actually, this book is for anyone who survived being a teenager. All of the poets featured in this collection are now adults, living happy, angst-free lives.

Teen Angst

Author: Sara Bynoe

Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin

ISBN: 146689153X

Page: 224

View: 659

Teen Angst: A Celebration of Really Bad Poetry is the first, the best, and the biggest collection of teen angst poetry ever to be published. Inspired by the popularity of her interactive website, editor Sara Bynoe has compiled the definitive teen angst reader. Divided into 12 categories, including I am Alone and No One Understands My Pain and Obvious Metaphors, this book is for anyone who has ever written truly terrible, meditative, or self-indulgent poetry. Actually, this book is for anyone who survived being a teenager. All of the poets featured in this collection are now adults, living happy, angst-free lives. However, for this special book, they are willing to reveal excerpts from their old tattered notebooks or leather bound journals. Along with the poems, each poet has included a short introduction, giving background information for each work. As Sara Bynoe says, looking back on teen angst poetry brings people together in a "poetry reading meets stand-up comedy meets AA" sort of way.

The Invisible Girl

Christina Nixon wrote these incredible poems when she was a teenager and has now published them to offer young girls and women who may be feeling alone, yearning to be seen, to be valued or to be loved and yet feel, like The Invisible Girl.

The Invisible Girl

Author: Christina Nixon

Publisher: Christina Nixion

ISBN: 9780994992406

Page: 90

View: 905

Many teenage girls feel alone and misunderstood. Christina Nixon wrote these incredible poems when she was a teenager and has now published them to offer young girls and women who may be feeling alone, yearning to be seen, to be valued or to be loved and yet feel, like The Invisible Girl. I believe we can all relate to the pain of our youth.

You Hear Me

An anthology of stories, poems, and essays by adolescent boys on issues that concern them, including identity, girls, death, anger, appearance, and family.

You Hear Me

Author: Betsy Franco

Publisher: Candlewick Press

ISBN: 9780763611590

Page: 107

View: 509

An anthology of stories, poems, and essays by adolescent boys on issues that concern them, including identity, girls, death, anger, appearance, and family.

Tales from a Teen Poet

This book is a collection of poetry that I have written over the course of several months at the age of 17.

Tales from a Teen Poet

Author: R. Green

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781499567342

Page: 30

View: 217

This book is a collection of poetry that I have written over the course of several months at the age of 17. My poems range from themes about love to death to even the fantastical. There really isn't a specific theme, just the musings of a literature-loving teen.

Angst

Relationship drama. Friend Drama. Where do they fit in? What is their place in the world? The roughest thing of all though it their poetry. Cringy versus with no structure or rhythm scheme. Here is a book of bad teen poetry.

Angst

Author: Skylar Grey

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781677229239

Page: 64

View: 667

Teenagers have it rough. Relationship drama. Friend Drama. Where do they fit in? What is their place in the world? The roughest thing of all though it their poetry. Cringy versus with no structure or rhythm scheme. Here is a book of bad teen poetry.

Paint Me Like I Am

Secretly I know my name is anything I want it to be. Paint Me Like I Am is a collection of poems by teens who have taken part in writing programs run by a national nonprofit organization called WritersCorps.

Paint Me Like I Am

Author: Bill Aguado

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 0064472647

Page: 144

View: 424

Today my name is colorful. Yesterday my name was dead souls. Tomorrow my name will be lively spirits. My friends think my name is fire. The police think my name is burden. My parents think my name is symphony. Secretly I know my name is anything I want it to be. Paint Me Like I Am is a collection of poems by teens who have taken part in writing programs run by a national nonprofit organization called WritersCorps. To read the words of these young people is to hear the diverse voices of teenagers everywhere. Included are a foreward by acclaimed poet Nikki Giovanni, an essay from Kevin Powell, another poet associated with WritersCorps, and writing tips from WritersCorps instructors. WritersCorps was started in 1994 to help at-risk youth in three American urban centers: San Francisco, Washington, DC, and New York City (the Bronx). Thousands of children and teenagers have since benefited from finding creative expression through writing.

Bleak Hope

Bleak Hope is a collection of poetry written by a teenager.

Bleak Hope

Author: Anwesa Chaudhury

Publisher: Notion Press

ISBN: 1647338921

Page: 66

View: 186

Bleak Hope is a collection of poetry written by a teenager. From the eyes of a present-day teenager, the world seems to be bleak. Death, conflict, destruction of environment, unnecessary wars, and the suffering of children seem to be the order of the day. While the poems depict despair, suffering, and cruelty, they are also about hope, love, and new beginnings.

Poetry Loves Babies Children Teens

Poetry for babies, children and teens: Poetry Serves the Youth is a symbol of charity to every elementary school, middle school, high school, colleges, universities, other educational institutions, social organizations, associations and day ...

Poetry Loves Babies  Children   Teens

Author: Luckner Pierre

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1468558048

Page: 88

View: 970

Poetry for babies, children and teens: Poetry Serves the Youth is a symbol of charity to every elementary school, middle school, high school, colleges, universities, other educational institutions, social organizations, associations and day care centers. Poetry has proven to help stretch the imagination of babies, children and teenagers and increase their attention span for learning realistic concepts at school. Parents need to understand the importance of poetry to the human life. Poetry is like music that connects babies, children and teenagers to the world. Every playground, small and large, needs a small library of profound books, book club, public restroom and an area outside where children and teens can play and learn from each other. These resources will help prepare their imagination, creativity and practical knowledge for wisdom and higher education. The intellectual values of poetry are what counts to humanity. The heart of poetry appreciates all the elementaries, middle schools, high schools, colleges, universities, other educational institutions, social organizations, associations, day care centers and every community for providing resources to babies, children, teens and families. Poetry educates the heart and soul of babies, children and teens. Poetry lives in every country. Poetry will always be an academic skill in the heart of education and a rainbow of love. Let's build a playground in every city. All Proceeds Will be Donated to Building Playgrounds in Every City Poetry Album Version available June 2012 Born Unloved in theatres August 2012 Life turns into Poetry in theatres December 2012 Depression Lives Alone in theatres January 2013 College Hustler in theatres February 2013