Teenagers - Poem by Olivia Riggan
Fighting and yelling.
How fast good day can turn to bad.
I hear them in the other room.
If only he would listen. He might be only a teenager but, GEEZ!
Does he have no sence in that small head of his? !
I understand everything but he thinks he's always right!
Even if we have proved him wrong! What does it take to turn him?
He almost makes it seems like he wants a ransome!
When he gets what he wants it seem as if 'Joy to the World' would be playing in the backround with children paying and singing.
But when he finds out he's wrong or get in trouble. All tabels
are turned its like hell on earth!
You think he would have some sence at 15 he should know right from wrong!
I don't understand.
Why doesent he just shut up!
God. Boys are so stupid.
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