Author: Nivedita Mehta, Class VIII G
This is written in everyone’s fate,
I know that you can relate.
Your mother goes all day nagging,
pleading with you to finish your homework and get off the gadget.
She says it’s so tragic,
to see you “wasting” your life on the tablet.
Yet normally dad reaches there to your rescue,
convincing mom to give you two more minutes at least.
School isn’t any less than home,
but the thought of people who’re experiencing the same gets us in control.
As we grow older,
classes get tougher and lead us to think that we’ve stopped thriving.
Most people express that in writing,
while some sit in a corner and will be crying.
Over results and friendship drama,
adults don’t understand but that’s the real trauma.
Some friendships break and some start over.
With exposure to new things, this life won’t be so polar.
Don’t worry, problems do fade, so you shouldn’t be so afraid.
Nonetheless I say, teenage life is great, it’s golden
So enjoy your precious 2556 days!