Different from a Bully

June 25, 2012
By Katie Gibbs BRONZE, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Katie Gibbs BRONZE, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
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You call me names
And push me around
I'm just like others
Yet it's me you pound

You trip me daily
And no one cares
You whisper about me
You yank my hair

I'm hated every day
Because I'm me
Giving me pain
Gives you glee

You tell yourselves
It's okay for me to bleed
A little toughening up
Is what I need

As I walk down the hall
To myself I say
"I'm glad I'm different
from a bully today."

The author's comments:
There is so much bullying in this world. We truly need to work together to fix it. If everyone can be different from a bully then we as people will be able to be closer together.

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