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What Might Have Been.(Poem) by Terry Collett - [301 words]
Mother Hear Me. by R Duncan A short poem about saying your last goodbyes to your mother [80 words]
After The Dance. by Terry Collett - [155 words]
Your Forever Sad by Matthew Mark Gill I did this for you hope ya realize that now. (Sunny D) [129 words]
Where I Belong by Neeshant Srivastava - [39 words]
What You Miss. by Terry Collett - [91 words]
What Matilda Said. by Terry Collett - [298 words]
We'll Meet Again. (Poem) by Terry Collett - [189 words]
We Stand Together by Matthew Mark Gill As One.. [139 words]
Watching Mother. by Terry Collett - [156 words]
Tryst With Love by Neeshant Srivastava - [58 words]
The Light Shines Through by Richard Dean Bearskin heartbreak....but a need for closure. life and love are wonderful and may cause pain s... [201 words]
The Hardest Step by Malik Alexander - [52 words]
The Greatness Of Tomorrow
The Conection by Malik Alexander - [40 words]
That One Fine Day by Matthew Mark Gill Losing A Champion [52 words]
Sweet Delight. by Terry Collett - [175 words]
Suffocated. (Poem-) by Terry Collett - [170 words]
Run For Me by Annacat First Saturday in May [166 words]
My Death Wish by Richard Dean Bearskin poetry about depression. [127 words]
Memory. by Terry Collett - [142 words]
Meeting Ken. by Terry Collett - [194 words]
Love Rhymes by Neeshant Srivastava - [39 words]
Like Horny Men. by Terry Collett - [189 words]
Infringement Of The Rules by Terry Collett - [246 words]
In His Brilliance by R Duncan A short poem about how we look at God but can't see him for his brilliance because we look wi... [129 words]
I Did Like Newt... by Cedric McClester This poem is a political commentary that I believe best sums up Presidential candidate Newt ... [109 words]
High School Heros by Annacat Not what you think [243 words]
Her Sexuality. by Terry Collett - [187 words]
Happening 1961 by Terry Collett - [276 words]
Emptied Woman. by Terry Collett - [210 words]
Don't Take Lifts From Dames. by Terry Collett - [317 words]
Don't Know Where. by Terry Collett - [136 words]
Don't Know When by Terry Collett - [158 words]
Cut Throat by Terry Collett - [174 words]
Coming Of Spring. by Terry Collett - [123 words]
Cedric's Sister. by Terry Collett - [202 words]
But She Knew. by Terry Collett - [288 words]
Beyond The Grave (Extensive Warning Nc 21 by Matthew Mark Gill Will cause dizzyness and visions of Grave.. No Kids Please,, [50 words]
At The Movies. by Terry Collett - [220 words]
All Mine by Matthew Mark Gill That Smile is Forever [49 words]
A Wintry Death by Lynn - [112 words]
A Smile. ( A Poem) by Terry Collett - [140 words]
A Rich Kids Christmas by Matthew Mark Gill From My Family To Ya's Happy Holidays.. Ty for Everything.. all. [133 words]
A Little Letter by Matthew Mark Gill Im Trying My Best.. Please let me just do my thing. [101 words]
A Christmas Visitation by Terry Collett - [263 words]

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TITLE (EDIT)
The Greatness Of Tomorrow
DESCRIPTION
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[137 words]
AUTHOR
Lynn
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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[December 2011]
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (1)
A Wintry Death (Poetry) - [112 words]
The Greatness Of Tomorrow
Lynn

Acceptance has never been easy to acquire.
Everyone struggles to find their place in this big big world,
Especially the frowned upon group of misfits—teenagers.
We wander without a purpose in this all-too-big world.
Who are we?

Late nights of cramming for tests
Added to grade and college pressures
Ultimately result in a burned out teen.
College hangs ominously over the weary shoulders of today’s youth.
Who are we?

Peer pressure amasses aplenty.
Society closes in on us.
Claustrophobia sets in with a menace.
A trapped mentality paralyzes many.
Who are we?

Adults not yet fully grown,
We fight our childish impulses
In a desperate attempt to be a respected adult.
We hope that time will cure our teenage disease.
Who are we?

Yet these years define our character.
These years shape our path in life.
These years turn dreams to realities.
These years open the possibilities of a better world than high school
We are the greatness of tomorrow.

 

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© 2006 Lynn
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
December 2011
NUMBER OF TIMES TITLE VIEWED
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