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Poems about Bullying

The more I wait The more I see 2016 wasn’t meant to be  
This Little girl is, terrified of the outside world, today she is going to her first day of high school.
Dysphoria is like a black dog following me around, A bully or an animal waiting to knock me down,
I’m laughing, smiling, Dancing like I own the world at age seven.
Click goes the shutter, Flash goes the light, She tells you, "Don't blink!" But you just might.
Dear Bulimia,  Look, I'm glad you came in and put your feet up, (on my brand new coffee table...),
You rant and rave about the bullying done to  Your child at school We've seen the pics on FB Heard the stories
7 years of silence has seen 7 years of change, And in those 7 years, I had missed out and lost greatly.
7 years of silence has seen 7 years of change, And in those 7 years, I had missed out and lost greatly.
7 years of silence has seen 7 years of change, And in those 7 years, I had missed out and lost greatly.

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