The Bully Game Poem by Randy McClave

Randy McClave

Ashland, Kentucky

The Bully Game



Someday you will hang your head in shame
For calling someone an insulting name,
Then soon you will realize, how you believed in lies
You are the one to blame.

You will then remember every false claim
And from where the hate and knowledge came,
And the flag that you flew, that insulted people too
So, go ahead and smile with your fame.

Insulting was your true bully game
The way you had treated and mocked was very lame,
Even though you were wrong, you poked with a prong
Hate was your truest aim.

Now because of your ignorance you won't be the same
Bigotry and sometimes stupidity no one can tame,
You never sought the facts, you called them all acts
Now, you're walking towards hell's flame.

Randy L. McClave

Randy McClave

Ashland, Kentucky
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