ClashTalk, which person is/was wise beyond their years? (No Keats; that’s cheating.)

Shamir’s “On the Regular,” written when he was 18/19 (he might be 20 now?). I dare you to get this song out of your head/not play it on repeat/not dance! (NLV represent!)

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So, who wrote a poem when s/he was 16 that you wish you could write, at your tender age of 30? Who strummed that guitar when they were 17 in a way that made you say, “Damn. I’m doomed!” My picks are always going to be Newton, Keats, and now Shamir. But who are your picks?

Post those precocious works (songs/poems/films/tv/lit/visuals) below!