Poems about Bullying
I pray to God each and every day that the bullies will soon go away. Pushing and shoving me through the halls
Bullies are terrible Teasing you, making fun of you Because of your race Because of your gender
With a sharp tongue and leering eyes pain and laughter fills the sky you smack me down
THE TRUTH “I can’t change
They mock me with every step I take. They take away my light. They are the nightmares that keep me awake.
I am me. Take it for what you will. Sticks and stones May break my bones But words
Cherry stems fought hybrid limbs twisting into phosphorous toungues and rubber rocks,
What drives anger, is the demon that lives within a mans soul. a demon that takes it toll, on the user.
Bullying... a subject that goes back for ages. Who does it? anyone anywhere. Why? to show whos alpha and whos not.
Nock-knock who's there? A revolutionary miracle, The dialect spoken, awoken by ignorance with a language satirical,