Crystal Camacho

Rookie (December 17,1992)

Teenage Life - Poem by Crystal Camacho

Life is usually a great big soap opera
But not the teen one
Some teens are delinquent
They smoke, drink, do graffiti, skip school, and fight, etc
And some kids are dutiful
They don’t skip school
They don’t do drugs and they don’t do graffiti
This is how a teenage life is when it should just be dutiful
Respecting others and not doing the bad

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, January 10, 2006

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