Poems about Bullying

  We are neither your mouthpieces nor your bully pulpit Even though you preach the gospel of your own pedigree.
Me being me  That was just obsured  It easy to to hurt "bully" But the scars YOU inflect 
bOOKs r gone, uh thing from the past, now that computer nerds are learning my class.  reedin, ritin, & mrythmotic, are no longer toug
See me, see us Recognize who we are when we leave the boundaries of the campus
The facts about school are unknown to those who run them, Its the bullies, the nerds, and the jocks who condemn
I am not another grade in your class I am not another statistic
Walk through the hallways in a such daze, who are these people?
bully, bully, its not fair, now I'm on the train, to no where, wanting to runaway,
It’s dark inside this cold world The voices are calling out to me I scream and no one hears a sound
I sat there thinking, What makes me any different than the girl next to me? I glance back looking,