Friday, October 9, 2015

Teen Poetry

Metropolis

by Harika Katakotta



Across the haunted bay

dwell dystopians

camoflauged in smog



Bloodshot hunchbacks

stuffed in fleece

zig-zagging molten asphalt



Split open their hearts

and out gush songs

of sparrows and laughter



Starved of light they will

wither away, little dust hills

piled in corroded hearths





Editor's note: We seem to have some teens who like the idea of publishing poetry on the blog--if there are more of you, perhaps we will create a poetry PAGE, that you can reach from clicking on a tab at the top. So if you want your poetry featured here, please email it to burbank.teens@gmail.com!


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