Child To Teen

Child to Teen

By: Joshua D. Sanders

 

From Child to Teen

And everything in between

Lay the lessons that he learned

And skills that were earned

 

The mind of this child

Seems to be easily riled

by the knowledge of faith

And the words that he ate

 

In his mind

this child wasn’t a teen

However everything in between

that could never be deemed

 

In fact, this teen isn’t a teen

yet an adult that failed to see his sheen

Not until he Dressed was in green

Is when this Child became so clean

 

No longer his pride

Will override the Faith of God

Though now he will stay humble

Even if the ground began to rumble

 

This Child is no longer a Child

And this Teen is no longer a Teen

Yet an Adult

who manage to live his dream

 

This poem is about: 
Me
My family
My community
My country

Comments

Joshua D. Sanders

This poem is dedicated to my beautiful wife and my soon-to-be born baby daughter. 

Always remember that I Love you.

Need to talk?

If you ever need help or support, we trust CrisisTextline.org for people dealing with depression. Text HOME to 741741