Poems about Bullying

Look into my eyes and  Tell me pretty lies    Wrap your warm hands around my heart 
  This is America where we are supposed to be free, This is America where we choose who we want to be.
I met you at the age of fourteen I was confused by your presence and being
She wishes she couldPunch them in the faceThey thought they wouldBeat her in that race
Is pain a tangible thing? Can you touch it? Can you grab it? If you could  Would it be slimy?
Jack and the Jellybean Stalk Tariq James
The eyes do bully  But the heart sees what eyes can't  The worth of friendship
 I am hanging in the bathroomAt the biggest party of the fall
I lean against the locker, Hard and cold on my back Breathing in and out, Keeping it in track.