caroline ferguson


The Class Bully


Hello my name is Julie
Have we met oh yes?
I see you are the class bully
Every where I go I feel I know
Just one girl destroys my world
She may be white she may be black
Most days she will give me a smack
She takes my lunch or I get a punch
She takes my brake or I get a shake
I can’t move again for my family it’s a pain
I try to be tough but am not enough
Where ever I go she will be there I know
Her hair may be red her eyes are green
She rules the class like a wicked queen
Next place I go her hair is brown
Yes it’s her with that wicked smile
And evil frown that’s when you know
Some thing big is going down
That’s when I get the blame she
Sure gives me a bad name
I plead for help for my innocence
But no justice do I find
Every one in the class is terrified
Or our they all just blind

Submitted: Sunday, April 21, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 27, 2013
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