shannon taylor

why me?

why does it have to be me?
everyone at school hates me!
i dont know why i havnt done anything wrong and im not a bad girl
i just miss me the old me! !
i use to have friends n i never ever was hated
but when i went to high school everything changed
i was hated by mostly everyone in the school
now i dont have any friends and im lonely
i misss ebing liked n having friends thats i could play with
i get bullied everyday n i never wnt to go to school
i like school but i just get a hard time at my school
its hard to wake up in the morning and get up for school
i really do wnt to sotp being bullied but im not sure if its going to happen i tell ppl to stop bullyen me but they never listen n just laugh and the teachers dont do nothing about it: (i really dont like my life atm i get bullied and im hated i just want to be normal again.
i wnt to have friends
i want to be wanted
and i want to stop gettin bullied

Submitted: Monday, June 14, 2010


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  • Rookie Stephanie Breana (6/14/2010 7:04:00 AM)

    Good poem, very emotional. I'm sorry school sucks. Take part in some sort of club where you can find people with the same interests, there you will find friends. Good luck lady, hang in there. (Report) Reply

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