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TITLE: Next Time
By Bella Louise
02/08/07
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There was recently a challenge at my school to write a poem or piece of prose about bullies. I didn't submit one, but this leaped on me today, bit me in the back of the neck, and wouldn't rest until I wrote it down. Here it is: the bullies' story.
People donít see inside a bully
They donít know or even care
That when he gets home past sundown
Only violence greets him there

Heís got self-harm marks on his legs
Heís beaten daily, too
Remember how heís hurting
Next time he bullies you

People donít see inside a bully
They donít know or even care
That when she drags herself back home
Only mockery is there

She listens to her parentsí lies
She thinks the words are true
Remember she feels worthless
Next time she bullies you

Theyíre so quick to point the finger
And blame films or magazines
They never see rejection
With which they treat their teens

Next time you see a bully
Itís hard, but try to care
That upon returning home
Only cruelty is there
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