End Bullying Now: Poems That Speak Out Against Bullying
Welcome to 1LovePoems, where love and understanding are at the forefront of our poetry. However, we understand that bullying is an unfortunate reality for many individuals. That’s why we have created this page featuring a range of poems on the topic of bullying. From heart-wrenching verses to empowering words, our poems aim to shed light on the impact of bullying and offer hope to those who have experienced it. So sit back, relax, and join us in exploring the depths of this important topic through the power of words. We promise to keep the tone moderately witty, because sometimes a little laughter is the best medicine.
Bullying leaves unseen wounds,
Scars on a heart that never heals,
A constant battle that consumes,
A pain that no one else feels.
With every word, with every sneer,
A silent tear falls down the cheek,
Victim of the taunts and jeer,
The bully’s insults they can’t speak.
The Fight Within
Don’t let them kill your spirit,
The fight within must stay strong,
Stand up, speak out, don’t fear it,
The bullies won’t win for long.
A Child’s Plea
Mom and Dad, please understand,
The pain inside that I can’t bear,
I’m a victim of bullying’s hand,
Please help me know that someone cares.
1. “The Hurt Inside”
Words thrown like daggers,
Leaves scars that won’t heal.
The hurt that’s inside,
Feels all too real.
Tears fall like rain,
As the pain lingers on,
The torment and anguish,
Feels like it’ll never be gone.
But hold on tight,
To hope and to love,
For the darkness will fade,
And the sun will rise above.
2. “Bully’s Mask”
The bully’s mask,
Hides the hurt and fear,
The need to control,
And the need to appear.
Strong and tough,
But a shell of a soul,
Hiding pain and sorrow,
That they’re afraid to show.
But we must remember,
That bullies need love too,
To heal their own wounds,
And see the light shining through.
3. “Stand Up, Speak Out”
We must stand up,
And speak out against hate,
Bullying and prejudice,
We cannot tolerate.
Together we’re strong,
And united we’ll be,
To stand up for justice,
And let our voices be free.
No more tears shed,
And no more pain felt,
For we are a community,
That will stand up as one and not melt.
The Bruises You Can’t See
Every day I wake up, my heart begins to race
I try to shake the fear of what I’ll have to face
The taunts, the jeers, the laughter in the halls
It feels like every inch of me is pinned against the wall
They say it’s just teasing, that I’m too uptight
But I can’t shake the feeling that something isn’t right
The names they call me, the way they look me over
It’s like they want to see me crumble and fall over
I try to be strong, to brush it all aside
But every jab and mockery is like a little knife
My confidence is shattered, my self-worth all but gone
And all because these kids think bullying’s fun
They don’t know what it’s like to feel so alone
To dread going to school because you’re never at home
To fake a smile while your heart is breaking
To wonder if anyone would care if you stopped waking
It’s not just physical, the bruises you can see
It’s the mental scars that cut so much more deeply
The way you start doubting everything you believe
The way it feels like no one wants to relieve
But I refuse to stay silent, to let them win
I will not let their cruel words keep me pinned
I will stand tall, and I will speak out loud
I will be a voice against this cowardly crowd
Because we all deserve to feel safe and loved
We all need someone to lean on when the going gets rough
And maybe, just maybe, if we work together
We can end this cycle that’s harmed so many forever
So to anyone out there who’s felt like me before
You’re not alone, and you’re worth so much more
Don’t let the bullies grind you to the ground
Find your strength, and let your voice resound.