THE BULLY

The words she said
Were as if she cast the first stone
It hit the child’s heart
Down to the bone
She yelled “fat and ugly”
For all to hear
Some were laughing
Some looked in fear
Knowing that it would not end
She would harass
And her words
Would cut the child like glass
She went on to say
“Where did you get your dress
And did I mention
Your hair’s a mess”
Tears fell from the little girl’s eyes
They were swollen and red
She just wanted to go home
And hide in her bed
But she turned
Her eyes suddenly flashing
And very politely said
“You deserve a thrashing…’
And the little girl kept her word
Punched her in her lip
Jumped on her
And pulled out her hair clips
And looked at her with fire in her eyes
“Don’t look my way or say my name
I will not be your target
Or involved in your game”
And all the children
Started to point and laugh
The Bully started to cry
Her prideful self cut in half
Now she knew what it was
To be treated with disdain
She realized how she had
Caused so much pain
She learned a lesson that day
Never again did she cast the first stone
She knew what it felt like to be laughed at
And all alone
THE BULLY

THE BULLY

Sally Omar

Joined January 2008

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