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Teenage Love Poems (101-127)

  • by Valerie
    We all need reassurances.
  • by Iceprincess
    Love is more than simply speaking the words.
  • by Rima Darkstar
    Do you believe in "Love at first Chat?"
  • by Erin Knapp
    Sometimes it's really hard to say the things you want to say.
  • by Lisa Boyd
    Love is a great many things, and most of them are mentioned in this poem…
  • by Sunshine
    When friendship turns to something more, it's a one-way street.
  • by Jules
    Unreturned Love has only two options. One of them is to continue hoping…
  • by Sarah Pecor
    Breaking up doesn't stop the heart from caring.
  • by Lan Trinh
    Some gifts, once given, can never be taken back. Virginity is one such gift…
  • by Asian Angel
    Sometimes the only way to say I love you, is to say I love you.
  • by Amanda Kavin
    Love is rarely easy. But sometimes society and other people make it much harder than it needs to be..
  • by Jen
    Three years is a long time to love someone and never say it…

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  • by Ashley Dickerson
    It's not always easy to understand what another is thinking or know why they do the things they do.
  • by Hope Thompson
    This is a very beautiful and captivating poem of a search, one not yet completed but certainly well begun.
  • by Authur Morrison
    Being clever can sometimes make up for being shy…
  • by Summer Cates
    While Passions has a whole section devoted to friends that fall in love, it's not something that's limited to the older generation.
  • by Liza Marie
    The phrase "sleeping together" takes on new meaning in this lovely poem.
  • by Phoebe Dukes
    Unspoken love is perhaps the most painful kind.
  • by Priscilla Zeng
    First love is magical. And, too often, very painful.
  • by Luke Campbell
    Saying goodbye is sometimes a good chance to say "I love you."
  • by Pymp4evr
    Is it puppy love or the last-forever kind? Does it really matter?
  • by Katherine James
    This delightful poem, by a young girl wiser than her years, proves that love doesn't always have to be serious or forever…
  • by Kristen Ducatte
    Youth doesn't preclude love. And neither youth nor love necessarily preclude an awakening wisdom.
  • by Allenda
    The memories of love can be every bit as poignant - and every bit as conflicting - as the feeling of love.
  • by Dreamgirl
    Ever wonder what a teenager thinks about?
  • by Kiwi
    Young Love is incredible, intense, and very, very sincere.
  • by Austine'a Burrell
    A 15-year-old learns that when things change in a relationship, the changes never go away.
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