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Your Poem: He's The Boy.

Byline: by Sammie Rose

He's the boy you leer at, The boy you push around, He's the one you make fun of, Yet he doesn't make a sound

It must have been when you make remarks, About the clothes he wears, About his likes and dislikes, About the colour of his hair

You say you're not doing anything You're just messing around, But I'm sure he doesn't feel the same When he's been pushed to the ground

He's the boy you point at, The boy who takes it all, It may make you feel big, But really you're about three inches tall

So why don't you leave him alone, He's not done anything to you, He comes to school to learn, Not to be bullied by you

by Sammie Rose, 13, Winsford, Cheshire
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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Jun 21, 2005
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