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It is challenging to face difficulties in areas where your peers have surpassed at ease,
To always try your hardest to fit in, or try to please,
To excessively work on being at least average- is exhausting!
Yet dropping out of school is more taunting,
More taunting than being bullied, alone or discriminated,
You pretend to be alright- yet inside you can’t stop feeling humiliated,
Even if you give in to “being weak” by letting out a cry,
You remain un-heard and instead told to die!
A burden upon your family,
A burden upon your school,
A burden upon society,
Being name called - dorky tool!
You let the words fly by you, and in your head mock their pitiful charade,
But right at the critical point when you’re holding that razor blade,
Hands tremble, voice quivers, you try to remain bold,
You can’t help but subside, and finally do what you’ve always been told
The hateful slurs then boomerang right back in your face,
Apparently it’s what’s best for the human race…