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What Bullying Did To The Girl
It was 3rd grade when the name-calling started for the girl.
They told her she looked weird and made her thoughts start to twirl
Around her head again and again
While she wondered why she couldn't just get a friend.
It was 6th grade when the bullying started for the girl.
They got more violent and made her body start to curl
Into a small ball that prayed to be left alone
And to be talked to without a mean tone.
It was 9th grade when the depression started for the girl.
They continued the torments and didn't see that she was a pearl.
She cried and pleaded for someone to listen
But everyone ignored her while her eyes started to glisten.
It was 11th grade when the hopelessness started for the girl
They bruised her while her bad thoughts started to unfurl.
The thoughts that asked her why she kept living and trying
So she gave in to the thoughts and stopped denying.