Elementia bullying



By Matthew Morefield

Peer pressure, You always hear, Those words spoken. What they don’t know,

Is the pressure of family, Continually asking, What happened today? Your parents wonder, Why you answered, Answered nothing.

The reason is simple, Simple as hell. You don’t need to know,

The Secret

By Cole Fevold

A secret that was not meant for ears, Would be told for many years. Some whispered words meant for a friend, Would be overheard and spread without end.

Since one person found out That which none were sure about. Not knowing if it be false or true, That is when it began to ensue.

The Mistake Girl

By Portia Miller

The mistake girl is in the corner, Facing the wall, Counting how many cracks are in the cheap, Thinning plaster. Trying desperately and Failing to block out her mother’s voice. Seductive, Setting a price.

The Maple Tree

By Ramya Chilappa

Marina Green had always been the epitome of normal. She got good grades, but they were nothing phenomenal. She was pretty enough, but no great beauty. She had friends (did one count?), but was nowhere near a social butterfly.

You Know What Hurts

By Zander Glynn

When racial slurs are used against you When people leave you out because of your skin color When people look at you because of your skin When you know you’re different When someone spits at you because of your skin When your own family won’t talk to you When your friends you call brothers leave y


By Anonymous

I hate being short the feeling of being left out how I have to say stuff in front of everyone answering questions in front of people even though I know it how I don’t know stuff I hate how sometimes, I’m mean, to some people and pets how I get bullied, for something I can’t control I hate how my


By Anonymous

Stop bugging me Stop discriminating Stop calling me names Stop the physical hurt Stop shoving Stop picking on me Stop bringing me down Stop laughing Stop the breaking Stop being a jerk Stop the pain Stop the hurt Stop bullying me Stop... Just Stop!