Poems about Bullying

Laughter is all I hear. I hear the cruel whispers as I walk down the hall. I can hear you.
Sad girls like me have no home and so we always sit alone
 Over 3.2 million students are bullied each year
Jack and Jill Went up the hill To fetch a Pail of water They came to a stop when they reached the top
I had a one way ticket to a place where all the demons go Where all my broken dreams went to die
As I walk down the hall all I get are squints and glares... Then hear snide comments as I walk down the stairs...
This year was frightening The prospect of Me, going to college What a change, right?
In school I used to say ---”I pledge allegiance,” to America,
Broad stripes and bright stars A country, supposedly ours, America