Dexsta Ray

The Bully Poem by Dexsta Ray

Growing up
I would take an outsider's position
The quiet one
Other outsiders would mention
I never said a word but I quietly listened
And I didn't get disturbed
They inspired ambition
I got judged when my attire was different
Everybody must've thought I desired affliction
That's exactly what inspired my vision
I was focused on myself instead of trying to fit in
The bully came up disguised as a friend
At first I didn't know because they'd hide it within
Now they get exposed because they lied to me then
If I couldn't beat them all
I tried it again
The better feeling doesn't lie in revenge
Please call every bully out to God
Be not afraid and don't you ever try to hide
When you relax is when the Lord can have a shot
And I promise you soon
They'll be going through a lot

Submitted: Friday, June 14, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, June 18, 2013
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