Do you think I can’t hear you,
Whisper those names to my back.
Nobody should be used to bullying,
No matter how many friends.
But is it sad to admit,
That I am used to it.
I’ve known you since we’ve begun,
All six years together.
And I’ve become used to it,
Spread about behind my back.
After all these years,
I’m still a shadow in the darkness.
The lack of respect,
Against the mountain of evil.
Do you know me?
What has happened?
What is happening?
Do you see me?
Crouching in the corner,
Trying to hide.
Hold back my tears,
Caused by the evil of those inside.
~Nothing after six years, by Bloodymary626
“After six years of high school with my fellow classmates, they still have no respect for me, treat me like dirt, call me freak, and push me around. I feel like a shadow, forced into the dark sidelines due to their constant bullying. I hold back my tears, show them I’m strong, but the people who are supposed to be the closest to me, are the ones who are trying to push me down.”
1 thought on “NOTHING AFTER SIX YEARS, by Bloodymary626”
Hey Blooodymary626, I went through the same thing when I was in high school: rumors, being called fat ass, stupid, people being superficially nice to my face and just viscous behind my back. I want you to know that when you're ready, you need to learn to trust. Because this hell will be over soon, and people will grow up and actually care about you. It took me way too long to realize that not everyone is hurtful…….I hope you can realize it before I did. Love, Sam