|This is an interesting variety of poetry, and demonstrates a skill level beyond your age.
"Winter Wheat" is excellent... it demonstrates the spirit of haiku, if not the precise form. The mental picture evoked is clear and demonstrative.
"The Inner World" describes an imaginary land where the poet can escape the turmoil and confusion of the real world. I found this poem less satisfactory. The story and description were good, but the poem seemed too long for the subject. The main weakness for me was the frequent use of trite, weak, and predictable rhymes: "hero/zero," "night/light" (twice,) and "sad/glad" are examples. This poem might actually benefit from being rewritten without a rhyme scheme.
"A Werewolf's Pain" used good imagery, but is marred by repetition. "Suffering" and "alone" are each repeated in the same stanza, and while repetition can be used to effect as a poetic device, I don't think it works particularly well here.
"Love and Lust" is probably my favorite of the quintet of poems you've offered here. It not only uses natural imagery to explain your points, but the message of the poem is powerful and very mature. You understand the differences between love and mere physical infatuation very well, and you are in a good place to discuss the subject, it seems to me.
Similarly, "The Road of Life" shows a maturity of thought and a great understanding of life that is rare among teens. My only criticism would be, again, a tendency towards repetition: The word "map" is used six times in the piece. Synonyms that could be used are atlas, chart, and plan, for example.
Poetry is the expression of thoughts and ideas in as beautiful and unique a manner as possible. Your work shows very good potential as you improve your art. Well done!