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By: Melissa Marsden

Teenagers and Other Poems

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Do you ever feel your teenager is a different species? Do you shake your head in wonder at their music tastes and their laziness? Do they barely mutter a word to you? Do they think they know everything? Do they drive you mad? Well, you are not alone! Do you ever have to deal with your ex? Glad he is out of your life? Glad you got rid of the bastard? You are not the only one! How about getting old? Are your days of clubbing long gone? Is a late night half past eight now? Comes to us all! The poems in this book will provide you with some laughter and light relief about these subjects and more! These are poems that will resonate with many people and are not fancy or fluffy, they tell it like it is! There are some serious poems that have deeper meanings and explore the issues of loneliness, love and loss. Poems that will take you on a journey of emotions as you explore the words and imagery within them. This book provides lighthearted relief, mixed with some touching, emotional poetry for all to enjoy.
Melissa Marsden was born in Australia and then spent many years in England before returning to Australia in 2006. Melissa has always had a passion for writing and studied English with a creative writing major before completing a Speech Pathology degree. She was drawn to study this when her sister suffered a stroke at a young age. Melissa has two children and lives in Perth, Western Australia.
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  • Ganesh Ghimire, Australia

    One of the best poetry books I have read in 2019. Majority of the poems has very simple family issues but the poetic expression is immense. “What does happen while dealing with teenage family member” clearly expressed in poems. It could be your story, please read this book. Best of luck for your next step, want to hear more from your pen dear poet.

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