this poem is basically a summary of what goes around in most of the schools these days.
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How much I would have loved to go to school every morning, thinking "oh what a bright new day!!"
How much I would have loved to just forget about life, forget the reality and dismay.
I envy you people, for the ignorance and glee that I see every morning on your faces,
But was that really envy, or was that pity for your idiotic actions and disgrace.
You mock me for being different than you; you mock me for not following your rules,
But what am I to do, if your ideals are set by nothing more than dim-witted fools??
How much I would love, to suck the blue blood out of your so called "selected few",
How much I desire to redirect the misled, and help them look for something new.
But I'm the sullen one, placed in a society that judges by appearance and looks,
I'm the sullen one in a society that disregards the existence of holy books.
An outcast I am for not looking like a model, for not having the prettiest face,
To you I'm not handsome enough to join your superior circle, of the finest, dazzling race.
Close friends and family blame me for rudeness; they blame me for being spleen,
They think I don't love them, I'm not kind enough; they think I'm just plain old mean.
Not knowing about the demeaning remarks I face, against a whole school I have no choice,
They think I'm just making the whole thing up, not knowing I've lost my poise.
I watch myself getting kicked around and there's nothing I can do but smile,
To hide the repressed feeling and agony that I suffer the whole while.
If I could put some bullets through your heads, if I could slit your throats with a knife,
God knows how much I've been waiting for this; it'd be the happiest day of my life.
The thing that pisses me off the most is that you think you're one of a kind,
Popularity has screwed around with your minds; popularity has left you blind…