School Bully

Poem By Wayne Leon Learmond

YOU!
School Bully
You who thinks you're hard.

Picking on that little girl
in the school play-yard.

What you mugging her for now?
Her money?
Are you bored?

You just want to see her hurt
Put her to the sword.

With ciggy in you're hand
You're gangster molls behind you.

Noone will make a stand
Noone will even dare to.

Challenge you're authority
Change the situation.

You are the rule
within that school
With a reputation.

To uphold.

And by God
you're gonna keep it.

You terrorise the teachers
And the knife you keep
a secret.

As a threat
When money dues are due
They are paying for the privelage
that you don't hurt them too.

But now those days are gone
And the years have passed on by.

You're little girl's at school
Tears of pride
are in you're eyes.

But you don't know the agony
that she is going through

When she has a knife
held to her throat
when her money dues are due...

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