Tag Archive for ‘teen poetry’
By Hannah Sawyer, 16, of New Jersey writes about those special times in life that you remember for a very long time…
Photo by Kara Delahunt
Poem by Nadia Elamin, 18, Pennsylvania, with art by Eleanor Bennett, 15, United Kingdom
Poem by Lucille Germain, 18, Massachusetts
Note from the Editor: ARTIST OF THE MONTH March submission deadline has been extended. Since the end of the month falls in the middle of the weekend, we’re extending the deadline to Monday, April 2 at 8 a.m. Voting will continue as scheduled, via Facebook on April 5.
By Amiah Taylor, 15, Pennsylvania, with art by Gracie Gralike, 19, Missouri
In partnership with Emerson College, we welcome you to join us Thursday, November 10, 2011 from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at the Bill Bordy Theater, to unite teen girls for an empowering night of poetic performances. Teen girls from the Greater Boston Area write and perform their original poetry or spoken word pieces!
“Been up too long,/ Don’t know what’s going on around us,/ Everything’s flying around at a million miles an hour,/ Nothing even stops to say hello,/ Starting to wonder if we’re even in our minds,/ Or if we’re someplace else in the world.” Art and poem by Teen Voices contributor Morgan Turner, 16.
Have you felt trapped or lost inside a relationship? Teen Voices contributor Amiah Taylor, 15, explores this in her thought provoking poem “Lost in This.”
This poem was written by Teen Voices contributor Fallon Jones, 18. Art by Gracie Gralike, 19.
Who is the broken child? Find out in this creative poem by Teen Voices contributor Hanna Thieme, 16.
“I think not anything/Has the power of music.” Teen Voices contributor Joanna Ngai, 19, explores the power of hushed tunes, whistling, whispers and everyday rhythms that make up the soundtracks of life.