The Bully

Jane Frye

Watch what you say
Flinging those hateful words my way
At a young age, I learned to duck
But some of your words hit and stuck
I was just a child
Easily beguiled
You reap what you sow
In the end you know.




  • Author: Jane Frye (Offline Offline)
  • Published: November 5th, 2019 19:39
  • Category: Unclassified
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  • Aislinn Wilson

    Good use of rhyme

    • Jane Frye

      Thank you.

    • FredPeyer

      Jane, what a great poem! Love the subject matter, choice of words, and rhyme. Well done!

      • Jane Frye

        Thank you.

      • jarcher54

        You are quite adept at turning the informal into poetry! What appears to be light and simple ends up being intense and stunning. And the epithets you chose are so apt... we all recall that verbal acid being thrown in our faces... fag, retard, wierdo, punk, and those we cannot even say or write without them hurting still. You are a good soul. So much self-care and universal love in a few words.

      • Jane Frye

        Jarcher, thank you.

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