This ones in emulation of Anita Endrezze:

This is High School This is Adolescence
This is High School. June 3: A group of seniors
force some freshman to dive,
into the mud at the soccer field.
This is High School. June 3: Teachers see the workers of the
future:
studied doctors, skilled engineers, critical lawyers
hard-
worn faces, blistered hands bleeding with the effort
of over work,
Tired fathers, worried mothers scarcely making
ends meet,
Working endlessly to fill the dwindling social security bank.
This is High School. June 3: Boy expelled for
selling pot to some girls, identity unknown,
a mystery that will never be revealed,
shrouded in the conscious silence of the seller
This is High School. June 3: Wicked tongues
Gash the reputation of a sophomore girl
In their class, a mere amusement.
This is High School. June 3: A girl struggles with
anorexia, teased for being fat.
This is High School. June 3: a normal day, a day like today,
when a boy contemplates
suicide, in his house
broken with divorce. This is High School.
A girl tells her boyfriend she’s pregnant.
This is High School. This is a day in High School.

And this is a Lesson in Life.
Let us cherish our friends,
The ones who will help
Us to escape the terror
With a shred of dignity,
Emerging into adulthood unscathed
Escape the date rape of our generation,
Kids elsewhere falling into pressure
Jumping bridges, taking too many drinks
Coaches pushing kids too far
Their bodies perspiring, welcoming dehydration,
Short of breath and puking running for their lives and from them,
Searching for an escape, a way to get better,
Swallowing a single pill,
Sealing their fate
Mood swings, bursts of rage, frustration
And who sees their pain?

This is High School and This is Adolescence.
This is the madness.
This is what needs to be seen.
The way young adults, are really not at all
But kids operating adult bodies
Who face the hardest test of all,
And too often are forced
To face that test alone.
You had better leave it to Anita Endrezze. This is just a series of declarative sentences.
i tried...im definately not her
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Mister MicawberYou had better leave it to Anita Endrezze. This is just a series of declarative sentences.

But I like it. It described very well.