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|Reviewed by Brittany Renée
|Oh I have so many words for you! The poem was good, no doubt about it, but I do have to say this.
I'm fifteen now, and nobody online would know it. I "grew up" at thirteen for the very reasons you listed and trust me, it is NOT the right route to go. You become lonely and made fun of because people think you're too mature. But my best piece of advice is: Stay WHO you are no matter what. In every adult, there is a spirit of a child that never dies. That is very true. Keep that spirit alive and blooming as much as you can, because youth is a wonderful thing, and trust me, you're still a kid in the eyes of many, stay that way. Teen years are hard, and there's A LOT more too it, but it's not that bad if you stick with what and who you truly are, which is hard in itself, but as long as you do that .. you'll be fine :) Trust me, you'd rather NOT be popular. (I was there, didn't like it ONE BIT).
Warm Love and Thoughts,
|Reviewed by Anna
|cool...sad...i liked it!|
|Reviewed by Jade
|Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
|ahh, yes..the teen years. i was there once, and i DON'T want to go back!! the teen years for me were HELL! sure, i wish i were younger, but not THAT young!! give me 20 to 30, and i'll be happy!! :) good write~~|
|Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader)
|Stay young as long as you can and always child like in spirit very good write!|