Teenager's Room

October 28, 2010
By BOB22 BRONZE, Fremont, California
BOB22 BRONZE, Fremont, California
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This bedroom is a disaster area.
Jackets loosely put on the chair,
Under wears hanging on doors
It’s the worst thing to see I swear.

The scents are even worse.
The room itself smells like rotten cheese.
Walking in there is a death trap,
For you may contract a disease.

Whose horrible room is this?
My mother or my father,
My cousin or my sister,
This room is such a mess why bother.

The author's comments:
This is my free verse poem. It is based on the fact that people think all teenager’s rooms are dirty and just a plain out hazard area. Well I can definetly say that, that fact is true. It is undeniable. This poem is not an example of my room (too clean) but of a college dorm room. This is just a small taste of millions of rooms that are messy, dirty, and terrible looking. This poem is just a message to all teens including me to CLEAN YOUR ROOMS.

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