Teenage Heartbreak

Poem By Jess Terry

Just another case of teenage heartbreak,
all of a sudden he was gone,
and she was crying,
its time to get over romance,
its dead and gone

Shes in her room,
crying her eyes out
wishing she was dead,
Hes out on the town,
talking up his latest victim,
feeling on top of the world

Just another case of teenage heartbreak,
all of a sudden he was gone,
and she was crying,
its time to get over romance,
its dead and gone

Hes alone,
she used him just for fun,
Now hes doubting the world,
She used him,
now shes gone,
leaving for another town

This is Just another case of teenage heartbreak,
all of a sudden he was gone,
and she was crying,
its time to get over romance,
its dead and gone

Now shes standing on the edge,
getting ready to jump,
[dont jump dont jump dont jump]
He grabs her hand,
and tells her dont,
hes not worth it

Just another case of Teenage heartbreak,
All of a sudden he was there,
holding her tight,
maybe romance
aint so dead and gone

Comments about Teenage Heartbreak

Wow, this is a great poem! i love it, it almost sounds like a song in ways....
Really liked it, truthful and sincere. He'll never be worth it.
o teenage heartbreak one wound that is too fresh it bleeds still
This is so true and I only can hope that many people don't experience that very Heartbreaking
OMG! ! ! ! This poem sounds like me and my ex boyfriend. Thumbs up to you Jessica you are a very good writer. After reading this poem I kinda feel better about the way it ended between me and him.


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