CHETAN PANDEY


Teenage-The Way One Accepts It - Poem by CHETAN PANDEY

A small plant with curious twigs,
Did changed into a cactus spine!
For a new North wind blew through it,
Namely the teenage time.
A stiff and risky attitude came
Inside the Holy stem.
And spreaded like a poisonous Sting,
Killing the soul, like gem.
The king's little innocent prince
Now turned someone superior.
Few days before who was a child,
Changed into, my lord, the emperor.
The king's eyes when filled with tears,
Remembered the little white rose
Few days before who was a bud,
Now possessed some thorns.
Is really the teenage time so rude?
So selfish and so mean!
Is it necessary for a teen to gain wings post thirteen?
Let's celebrate the time in a new fresh way,
With correct decisions in hand.
And make the septum teenage time
A merry and fruitful errand.

Topic(s) of this poem: teenage

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Comments about Teenage-The Way One Accepts It by CHETAN PANDEY

  • Souren Mondal (11/13/2015 6:38:00 AM)


    A well written poem with some very nice imagery Chetan.. You have captured the plight of the changes that teenage boy goes through during puberty quite well..

    Thank you for sharing...
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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 13, 2015



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