Bullying Poems

Stop Bullying Poems

Bullying has caused so much damage over the years. It has caused depression and even suicides. To bully is to show cowardice. A bully puts others down, usually with their words and actions, judging them. Sadly, this only reveals who the bully is: a person who puts others down to feel better about themselves. Bullying can destroy a person emotionally. It is foolish and dangerous. If you are a victim of bullying, don't keep it a secret. Get help. You deserve to know just how many people have been in your situation and are on your side of the battle.

School Poetry Addressing the Bullying of Teenagers


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  1. She Only Wanted To Be Happy

    • By Ecem Y
    • Published: March 2013

    Words Words
    Bitch and whore
    The girl runs away
    she slams the door

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    I'm 15, I get bullied every day for the way I dress, the music I listen to, and how fast my brain works. I get made fun of, pushed in the halls, and even my own friends have turned on me. I...

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  3. All I Ask

    • By Caitlin Dwyer
    • Published: September 2015

    I'm sorry I don't impress you
    Don't act the way you want
    I'm sorry I'm not pretty
    And don't have much to flaunt

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    • Rating 4.58
  4. The Problem

    • By Hayden Lee
    • Published: May 2016
    Bullying And Having Enough Of It

    How much longer can I take,
    Constantly trying not to break,
    It goes on and on--day by day,
    Another piece of me chiseled away.

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    I'm 18 years old, and I've been bullied through middle school and into high school. I'm a senior now and am still being bullied and brought down. I know what every innocent being is going...

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  6. Words Hurt

    • By Kaylynn
    • Published: August 2012
    Overcoming Bullying

    You should know, bullying hurts.
    It starts with one word, one word you blurt.
    Fat, ugly, worthless. These are the words they hear.
    Did you know you're their biggest fear?

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    Dear Destiny,
    I am sorry to know your situation, and unfortunately I can't do anything physically to help you. However, what I can do is to tell you that there is still hope for you to get a...

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  7. Should've, Could've, Would've

    • By Emily Greenlee
    • Published: June 2012

    I should've, could've, would've;
    Done something about that day,
    If only I had known it ended this way.
    I am not proud to tell you...

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    I heard about the girl on the news that killed herself due to being bullied. I was once bullied, until I stood up. That's why, if I ever see this Emily, I'd just want to say "thank you."...

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  8. Isolated On Your Screen

    • By Juliana
    • Published: October 1, 2018
    Staying Strong During Cyberbullying

    When you feel you're in the dark,
    There will always be a light.
    There are people who are there for you
    To tell you it's all right.

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    • Rating 4.51
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  10. What If?

    • By Jamie Firestine
    • Published: May 2013
    Anti-Bullying Poem

    Bullying hurts, don't you see?
    You are nothing, but a big bully
    Don't you think of what could have been?
    What if they put a razor to their skin?

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    This poem is going to help me and some other people in the club that we are starting at my school the "bully repellent club".

  11. Closed Doors

    • By Jane Kirby
    • Published: November 2011
    Escape From Bullying Poem

    I cry myself to sleep at night
    Just wishing it would stop
    Maybe tomorrow it will cease
    Then again, maybe not...

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    • Stories 3
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    I have been bullied for years and it hurts I have scars in my heart. I have pain in my heart. Always I wish my life was normal like it was a couple of years ago. I miss my old life I miss the...

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  12. The Little Girl's Land

    • By Emmeline Francis
    • Published: May 2013
    Bullying Leads To Suicide Poem

    Not so long ago
    In a land closer than it seems
    There lived a silly little girl
    With a pocketful of dreams...

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    • Stories 12
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    Yes, I have been bullied. For the majority of my life, I have received racial bullying, spiritual bullying, mental and emotional bullying, and a little physical bullying. I get it. We should...

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  13. This Little Girl

    • By Harley H
    • Published: June 2014
    Poem About A Girl Bullied Into Committing Suicide

    She was Mama's little darling,
    Daddy's little girl.
    She had her hidden secrets,
    The ones kept from the world.

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    • Votes 150
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    I was looking up poems for a school assignment and I came across this one. Reading it, I was captivated. The last line was extremely effective at ending it with a cliffhanger.

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