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Teenage Love Poems  : great poetry for young romantics.


Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare

Comfort To A Youth That Had Lost His Love by Robert Herrick

Broken Heart by Crystal Holtz

My Heart Believes In You by Stewart Bradshaw

Left Behind by Elizabeth Akers Allen

Garden Of Eden by Shawn Mette

Ash-Wednesday by T S Eliot

Union by Anne Wilkinson

From Friends To Lovers by Joe Vieira

Give All to Love by Ralph Waldo Emerson

I Love by Melissa Neiding

Farewell to the dear days of Genesis by Conrad Aiken

It's time to make love. Douse the glim by Conrad Aiken

Jackie by Jon Macomber

Can We Still Be Friends? by Kathleen Sheppard

Thirteen by Julie Kane


Books of teenage love poems :

The Pain Tree and Other Teenage Angst-Ridden Poetry


Book Description

This is a book of original poetry by and for teens. Dramatic, plaintive, despairing, and hopeful, this unusual collection has been gathered together by artists Esther Pearl Watson and Mark Todd and dramatically illustrated with stunning paintings. The illustrators searched Web sites and sought the help of the editors of REACT and SEVENTEEN magazines to find poems by teenagers. When they had selected twenty-five poems, Mark illustrated the boys' poems, while Esther illustrated those written by girls.--