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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: March 04, 2018

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You couldn't walk a mile in our shoes.
Your a hater step off, Don't do nothing boy.

Speaking from first hand getting bullied from nine to three.
I did everything in my power to keep it together in front of people.
Once I got into my house and that door was shut, the truth came out.
The tears streamed down my face, I found my room and stayed hidden.

I skipped classes, got pulled into the principals office daily.
My grades suffered very little people cared.
April 20th came around I remember almost every class the radio was on.
Next day they began to claim I was the next one.

It's almost like they turned it up a notch.
Making it that much more difficult for me.
I lost my mind and started to do things I normally wouldn't.
One night I got out a sharp object, started to cut myself.

Still have that scar to this very day.
One girl seen it in the library, she gave me shit.
I took off for her not to see me again until several years down the road.

You couldn't walk a mile in our shoes.
Your a hater step off, Don't do nothing boy.

When things like that happen I can't help but feel sorry for the ones committing.
I don't condone that sort of action nor do I think it's right.
It's amazing how many parents get defensive.
I know 99.9% of parents if they found out how there kid act.

Would be completely shocked and claim "that's not my kid"
If your kid acted the way they do around you, certain things never would happen.

You couldn't walk a mile in our shoes.
Your a hater step off, Don't do nothing boy.

Kennie


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