ashley king

The Big Fat Bully

You push me around, you did make me cry, but one thing I know I don’t tell little lies. Your laugh annoys my presence that I cant get away. What do you want from me you already took my smile. You think you bad just because you frown. I was embarrassed of myself because of you. I thought I was just something that you would look pass. I was an invisible girl who wasn’t all that bad.people laughed people stared and said I was a puce. There was something different about this bully. It nether hurt not just one bit. That anger inside of you that was punching me in the face or spiting at me. I had to forgive you because that small little part of me had to tell that person to stop not because it was wrong, but you were my father. The drunky who killed my mother, but had to stand up for you. Saying that she attacked me first. This is the last straw and till this day you’ve always and will be a BIG FAT BULLY.

Poem Submitted: Monday, November 2, 2009

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Comments about The Big Fat Bully by ashley king

  • Ashley King (11/5/2009 3:54:00 PM)

    aww thanx u guys...baq at cha

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  • Moonbee CanadyMoonbee Canady (11/2/2009 6:12:00 PM)

    Oh Hon... This Poem is so heart-touching... yet full of courage and 'True Grit', as us olduns' say (smile) ... the Topic of your poem could be quite painful to write... but write it you did and very well handled... Keep Writing, Kiddo, sometimes the best way to let poison out, is to pour it down in ink (or key-pad-punching-bag - smile... Anyways, Loved the write... Keep on in your endeavors... you've got talent... MoonBee

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  • Sayz LFlynn (11/2/2009 11:12:00 AM)

    brilliant! ! ! thats all they are, a big fat bully! 10 +++

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