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TITLE: Dear Teenage Girl.
By Elaine Jane Dalton
07/21/09
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Oh, I couldn't say. . .Grammer perhaps and the flow of the poem. I don't write peoms often so I'm rather out of practice in areas. :)
Dear teenage girl;
Before you get lost in the mall,
Caught up in a whirlwind ball
Or simply confused in your grandma’s hall,

Let me tell you something.

Before you start high school,
Before you jump into that pool,
Before you try to be cool,
Before you leave that worn stool,

Let me tell you something.

Dear teenage girl;
Life will be hard,
You’ll probably end up scarred
As though you’d met a few glass shards.

But let me tell you something.

Your clothes won’t fit right,
They’re probably too tight;
You’ll be quite the sight
And will be looking for a fight.

But let me tell you something.

Dear teenage girl;
Your parents love you,
Even when you’re blue
Or have the flu.

Your family will always be there
Simply because they care
More about you than the air
Or that neighbor boy’s crazy dare.

Dear teenage girl;
There’s a Father above
Who’s arms are filled with love
Just for you.

He sent His Son to die
So that you would live, don’t cry;
I haven’t told you a lie
He’s truly alive!

Dear teenage girl;
In the ups and downs of life,
Amid all the strife,
He’s truly alive!

Turn to Him now,
You’ll figure out how,
It’s okay to say “wow”
He’s waiting for you now.
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