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By Tyler Benjamin
A short poem of the lives of the bullied.
Cassidy has been brought up by her dad. When she was only four years old, her mum and sister were killed. There's a big secret hanging over her dad of what really happened that day, but he's not the only one with secrets...
Have you ever had that feeling when you find out that he doesn't like you back? Well, that's what this poem is about.
Poetry | Updated Sep 1, 2012 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This is the story of Cleo Phoenix. A lone superhero saving the world one day at a time. Well not really, more like battling her mortal enemy â€˜the bossâ€™ and saving a few lives on the way. After a mysterious past gets slowly revealed people who she remembers come back into her life....
Sage was a killer, also knowen as "ghostface, Mr killer or just ghost" he wanted revenge on the town and all its people because the police killed his family.
what happens when he runs into a beautiful girl, does he have the guts too kill her? or will she turn his life around and make everything...
By Lottie Wolf
Viewpoint from a victim
Poetry | Updated Jul 3, 2012 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Frenzee Da Rebel
For a sister I know,although I haven't known her long, we have become very close
Spell dared me to write a scene where there was plague or a disease of sometype, so here it is. Hope you like it.
By Sizwe Da Poet
You said you love
i said it back
You said you care for me
I said it,too
You made a promise to not share me
I really believed in you
Not just believed,also loved you
I thought you were my soulmate
Yet i was wrong,
you were just using
Because you fought with you boyfriend
By Lottie Wolf
What happens when you bully a person? Did you know their memories haunt them? That your words burn throughout their mind tormenting them?
Don't be a bully. It hurts.
Just worries I have about what people would think if they knew what I'm currently going through.
I don't know, it just happened.
This poem helps you come face to face with traumatic events that happen in your life. It is always better to move out of the victim mentality and face fears than to build walls and shut out the world.....
This is a true story of what I've gone through and still going through. I changed the names of the students, because it would be wrong for me to give away their true identity online. I hope you enjoy my short story, but also get a lesson out of it as well.