Teenage mothers

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This is to all the teenage mothers and people who want to know what us teenagers are doing.

Submitted: July 24, 2007

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Submitted: July 24, 2007



To be a mother I don’t know

Watching the child grow

Everywhere I turn

Everywhere I look

Only at the one glance I took

World is cold and glare

They walk around without a care

Only I can’t help to stare and wonder

Who’s there?


The world is a complex place

Without satisfaction and grace

People my age don’t even know

What life is worth

Only to the last birth

Babies are all they know

Now themselves can’t *grow*

Now they know their lives are low


Guys are there to tell them

What the want to hear

“Baby I love you- You know I do”

It’s not only until the last birth

Their mind is an alert

Telling them the truth

Minutes of pleasure

Hours of pain

Now with a young baby

I am going insane.





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