Thistle Wargul


Bully - Poem by Thistle Wargul

When they see you they back away,
Fuelled by fear and hatred.
Never one has been your friend,
All you want is power.

Throwing insult’s gonna get you nowhere,
All it does is cause unneeded pain.
When you get caught you’ll pin in on others,
Even though there’s no one else to blame.

Bully,
Bully!

You’re filled with anger,
Unhappy as always.
Joy for a moment, then filled with regret.
Prey on the weaker, your followers many,
Made loyal by threats and lust.

Maybe one day you will realise,
Anger is not what life is for.
Have a relationship, real not phoney,
Listen to your conscience, and you soon will strive!

Bully,
Bully!

When they see you, they back away in fear,
Scared of the knife, of you who’s under the hood.
You’ve blood on your hands, your conscience kicks in,
Then smothered again by your clouded mind.
The world should not pay for all your loss,
You’re driven mad by sorrow and grief.

Maybe one day you will realise,
Anger is not what life is for.
Have a relationship, real not phoney,
Listen to your conscience, and you soon will strive!

Bully,
Past your past behind you,
Start afresh.
Apologise and clear your mind.

Get rid of the monster that you have become!
Get rid of the monster that you have become!
Get rid of the monster that you have become!
Get rid of the monster that you have become!

You’re a bully!
Bully!

BULLY!

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, November 11, 2007

Poem Edited: Sunday, April 24, 2011


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