Chizom Okpara


Bullied


Bullying

I walk to school and get punched in the face
Now day’s school is a hated place
I can never fight back I’m way too thin
Each day the bullies put me in the bin

I wonder if I should stand up to the bully
No I can’t my muscles haven’t developed fully
This bully Is a real coward
Tomorrow I’m going to tell Miss Howard

If your being bullied you should tell someone
And the bullying will become undone

Submitted: Monday, February 25, 2008

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  • Bronze Star - 7,356 Points Lawrence S. Pertillar (2/28/2008 10:10:00 AM)

    I like this poem, Chizom. I was once bullied too. MANY years ago. One day
    while going to Jr. high school, I decided I would do something real crazy. the bully approached me and before he got close, I started screaming and acting crazy as I ran towards him. His eyes got real big and he ran too. Away from me. that was funny. Today? Hmmm...I don't know if I would use that method! ? Maybe/maybe not!
    Nice poem. (Report) Reply

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