A Parents View Of Teenage Angst Poem by JAMES ROBERTS

A Parents View Of Teenage Angst

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James Roberts (9/23/2008 4: 39: 00 AM) | Delete this message
arrh children(iVE HAD FOUR OF THEM0


i am the centre
of every thing and
you come from
some other world?

or are you
truly? other than a
nuisance or an
idiot i want to be
one who helps when
i'm with someone else
not with you
because you don't understand
i need money attention but only when Im here
just lend me your car and your barclacard
i'll be sensible
honest
(except when you are not there)

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Stephen Stirk 09 March 2009

James, that was great. Kids I have three (slight spitting sound) , and they all turned out well (sarcastic laughter) . I know I can rely on them (beads of sweat on the forehead)

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David Threadgold 29 September 2008

Hi James. How many of us can relate to this one I wonder? well done regards Dave T.

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Andrew mark Wilkinson 23 September 2008

Parents are just there to feed them and give them cash, then they just want you to stay away, to old to understand where they are coming from is it not always the way... Andrew 10

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Lynda Robson 23 September 2008

I'm in total agreement here, as a mother of two grown up daughters and one 14 year old I sometimes feel like pulling my hair out, I have come to the conclusion we can only give them a firm footing in life and hope they take the advice we give and use it, 10 Lynda xx

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