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Poem Details | by Faith Idomeh |
Categories: for teens, fun, games, hilarious, love, nature, sea,

Fun at sea

Two lovers frolicking at sea blend,
Without any fear or gear to fend.
Icy waves tossed them round,
Teens with cams fun abound,
Flying fish rising fleet on a bend;

They were both conscious, enough to send,
Love abandoned, hands suddenly rend,
They turned back with a scream,
And saw teens faces gleam;
It was just a prank by one to trend.

Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: 10th grade, feelings, fire, for teens, how i feel, humor, i am,

Smoking Hot

Oh, she's smoking hot, 

I'm completely mesmerized.

Being a Pyro.

Poem Details | by Kim Rodrigues |
Categories: animal, dark, father daughter, humor, psychological,


dusk’s love-locked braces — dad resounds shooting antler off bucks to detach
1/13/2021 Senryu - Humorous, Satirical or Dark Poetry Sponsor: Tania Kitchin

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: humorous,


Teens are people who get hungry again before The dishes are washed, they're looking for more Most recall I'll bet Some the same yet Not me, at least an hour till I could eat a horse

Poem Details | by Lochan Chugh |
Categories: for teens, funny, humorous, inspirational, kid, life, teen,

Waiting for Nobel

With the brain, body and behaviour
Of a young boy, 
I was standing in a hollow hall,
Continuously staring  the art
Of a young artist in free verse,
On the front wall.

Finding the same category
Between us,
I said, “Hi”
And suddenly 
All walls replied back.
Is it any sci-fi?

I discovered
That walls have tongue 
Not only an ear.
They can also speak,
As they 
Can hear.

I discovered a lot more things
And started waiting
For noble prize,
But when I reached 
Higher grades
Books said, “Surprise”

All the prizes 
Of my discoveries
Were already given away,
And now I am discovering
That what discoveries
Are not done until today.

Poem Details | by Lochan Chugh |
Categories: for teens, funny, humor, inspirational, life, sad, stars,

Sadly, Shutter Speed

When I was new in photography,
I was hoping an adventure;
But by the end of the day
Just a lecture.

Then they picked up camera,
Aimed at a deer.
It captured even food stuck in its teeth.
They smiled and said,
“What slowed down the dear,
Is shutter speed.”

At home, In front of TV,
I was just lying.
It cried, “Tonight,
Meteors will be falling.”

At night, It struck,
I picked camera
And then woke up.

Waited whole night
And got a line,
Captured in camera.
Next day, at nine,
I presented picture.
They looked with no heed,
They smiled and said,
“All black, sadly, Shutter speed.”

Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th grade, for teens, funny, humorous,

Hair on her Legs was Weaving Itself

The hair on her legs was weaving itself into braids
Adding beads and colored yarn
While she slept 

She woke once, feeling a pinch
But had no idea 
what it was 

until the next day 
when it was warm enough to wear shorts
And people began discussing it

Poem Details | by James Edward Lee Sr. |
Categories: 9th grade, adventure, analogy, appreciation, environment, for teens, funny,


I came across a sleeping bear; Wild in the forest, while we were camping there; My father and camp instructor always shared; They often said never poke a sleeping bear; But alas I didn’t listen, as I picked up a stick… I began sticking the snoring, sleeping bear Laughing in delight, I turned around in fright For I screamed and hollered there was mommy, BEAR
7/29/19 Written words by James Edward Lee Sr. 2019©

Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: for teens, humorous, muse, poetry, poets, write, writing,

Free to Write Whatever I Want Today

My muse is on vacation, hoping I won’t write anything until her return.
She is persnickety and prissy, and considers my stuff junky, trite even.
I look at the page with a happy leap of pure thrill in my heart.
I can do anything I want, and Trixie will have no say in it.

Yes, her name is Trixie;
she named herself, impressing her name in my head.
I tried to name her Pixie, Dixie and Lexie at first,
but she would not have it.

I picture her as Tinkerbell
except with black hair, red lips, dressed in pink.
Just a second that’s the phone.

“My hair is auburn, stupid.”

Poem Details | by Laura Naville |
Categories: animal, class, for teens, hilarious, humorous, nonsense, write,

I Hired A Monkey

One time I hired a monkey 
He took notes for me in every class 
I would just be sittin’ there 
My mind a happy blank 
Well my monkey, kept busy 
Scribbling on little paper pieces 
At the end of the fourth week 
Teacher succinctly said,  
“Now class, using all your notes 
I want you to write a long report.” 
So this is what I then penned 
“Hello, my name Bingo! 
I like to climb on tall things! 
Can I have a gooey banana? 
Eek Eek!” How’d I get an F! 
I told mom about it, 
The teacher liked him better! 
Why’d the monkey make an A? 
She said “My bad, I never told you!
Never trust a monkey!”

Poem Details | by Anais vionet |
Categories: for teens, humor, humorous, jobs, sexy, teen, teen love,

love's positions

I'm love’s iPad ready for an embrace.
Steve Jobs got credit for the touch interface
But mine's up and running with all the updates
I'm love's police regulating the pace
"you took that curve a little fast - this isn't a race."
I'm love's surveyor drawing the lines
"the pilgrims want to explore a new area this time."
I'm love's conductor - whew - hear the engine whine
"A tourist wants the tunnel - he's ready and primed."
I'm love's waitress
"sir, that's not on the menu."
Love's entrepreneur hosting the venue
I'm love’s umpire right there in your face…
"sorry pal, but you’re out at second base!"

Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: for teens, fun, funny, humor, humorous,

Doodlebug Behaviour Interventionist

She was a disillusionist
Sarcastic and quite nasty.
I hired a doodlebug to capture her
I paid him rather well.
She came out a nicer worker ant.
Having survived that larva hell.

Poem Details | by wanjiru mbogo |
Categories: for teens, funny love,


Never got the meaning of pi and thiter
Before I met the guy whose name was Peter
He untold the lie... both not a letter
Then made the sour pie even sweeter...
Said it was knowledge within a mathematical theme

Ride low and high in the fourteen seater
Cold wants to die he hands me his sweater
Removes his tie says he's getting hotter
Can't even share the weather?
Then can we even be together?

Poem Details | by Andrew Crisci |
Categories: emotions, family, fear, for teens, humorous,

Peter's Endless Generosity

Christmas Day was only a week away and Peter
soon realized that he had spent all of his savings on Jeter
buying him a Super Mario game, then he thought of gathering
all those silver coins, dimes, quarters and copper pennies
from his piggy glass jar and when it broke, it made it big bang
Windy, the green-eyed cat, raced out of Peter's room meowing;
his sister Kelly assumed that an earthquake made the house shake,
" Everybody get out,  grabs your jackets and hats...
Santa must be mad at us: we have been shameless brats;
be quick, run for your lives, no toys you must take! "

Poem Details | by Richard Breese |
Categories: angel, flying, for teens, funny, giggle, humor, nonsense,

Fallen Angel

This is the story of Dowd
Hungry though inside a cloud.
He stepped out for a toaster
But flew into a poster,
Sorry no dining allowed.

Poem Details | by Linda Alice Fowler |
Categories: evil, for teens, fun, halloween, holiday, humorous, magic,

Halloween Party

She peers through the window and views with awe as the evil mage casts spell after spell. His dark powers cruelly destroy the children’s plans for Halloween party fun. She decides to confer with the local dragon who can notably dispel spells. The dragon breaks the mage’s evil spells and kids celebrate Halloween party fun.

Poem Details | by Julie Grenness |
Categories: angst, for teens, fun, giggle, girl, nostalgia,


Do you remember this?
Suspenders for a teenage miss,
Real boa constrictors,
Our  hip inhibitors, 
Teen boy deterrents,
That's what they meant,
Elastic girdles vanished too,
I remember suspenders, do you?