#bullyingc

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  • silly_lad 12w

    Poor kid around streets,
    Rich brat of famous School,
    College going girl
    Or a wife of the Household world
    Everyone has the scared thought of it, What?
    Bullying...

    Is it fine to suffer once
    Okay again after one, the torturer says
    They feel it's a privilege to let someone
    Drench into their feet and deprive them to imitate
    but in a way that somehow uncomfortable to him/her...

    Stress, anxiety, nightmares, loneliness and felt misunderstood, Feelings that wholly tear apart one soul suffering the torment of psych abuser.

    Scared for life, something went wrong if they told everyone they witnessed the happening, the one who fears to standout in the order they don't have to suffer it like the victim had or having.

    Baffled, taunting, disagree to facts, somewhere lack In order to befriend to little ones, the victim's parents that often curse their upbringing saying you should have done it whatever they told you to...
    This child always puts me into trouble, always told to serve what you said to...

    Just of one terrifying act, everyone has to suffer yeah even the one that torture, he or she has to suffer too by hearing the awful saying of people even the victim who is not cursing him/her for doing what they did to them but somewhere asking for justice which will eat the harassers every peace or assure belief which he/she thinks that's a way to let everyone know,
    They are superior and no one can do anything wrong with their character because money can buy anything like anything...
    But will they find peace in doing it not at all, the victim will suffer but they will also suffer from the injustice they do to someone for their fun.

    One confesses the truth,
    Frightened with the consequences
    Still gathered the courage
    To stop the outrage
    Of Torture and Abuse
    Someone she knows
    During childhood he/she
    Did something wrong
    that mom dad used to teach
    Stay away from who approach
    I was little to understand
    but soon learned when they wholly approached
    Which made me uncomfortable and agonizing
    Ran for help no one was ready to do
    Right now it happened with me
    Stop it until it approaches you...

    This is not the play game
    Where winning and losing give or steals the fame
    but the cruel truth which will tear every letter of the name
    Here abuse starts and ends to the death straight.
    Understood the one who has suffered pain
    listen to their tore voice and help them resuscitate
    Don't avoid the little things, these are the clue to
    bothers of many going through the same vitriol
    in the world, a place called another.


    @mirakee @writersnetwork @writersbay
    #mirakee #writersnetwork #bullyingc

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    Stop this outrage of vitriol until it approaches and deteriorates the innocence of others.
    ©her_captain

  • sruthisankari 12w

    Sorry #writersbay for the long and late write up. Hopefully, I tried to see bullying from all sides!
    #bullyingc #mirakee #writersnetwork #pod

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    The victims of bullying

    Those extra pounds that
    vowed to never leave
    my cheeks and love handles,
    Invited great attention;
    One casual slip,
    my kneecaps go frontline
    But the world sees a
    'FATTY' falling to entertain!
    The extra dumpling
    of my favorite restaurant,
    The second serving
    after a starved morning,
    That dessert everyone loved,
    Everything was judged
    as my happy metabolism died;
    I was just another person,
    A fat little girl
    in this forlorn world,
    Bullied by the ones
    lacking beauty inside!
    Afraid to walk
    amidst the perfect people,
    I hung my big head,
    hoisted by my thick neck;
    Holidays in summer
    were the most dreaded,
    Too many laughs
    as I would try to play
    like a normal teenager,
    But with a few extra pounds
    So, I stayed in,
    Afraid and ashamed of
    my figure, being bullied -
    I was a victim!

    Running, gaming, swimming,
    All sorts of exercising
    In vain, to lose the gain
    for, 'too much' is a shame,
    After cautious months
    and strenuous pain,
    I had shed everything
    that held me down;
    In the new college environment
    I was a star -
    Angelic and hot,
    Desirable and smart;
    The cool circle was mine now,
    The ones with great shape
    who decided everyone else's fate;
    I couldn't forget
    who I had been,
    But I couldn't now stop
    At what I had become...
    A bully! Heroic and waiting
    to put somebody down;
    I justified for a while
    that it was all to be accepted
    among this forlorn world's best
    that lacked beauty inside,
    But I liked the power
    in making someone inferior...
    Wasn't it a norm -
    Survival of the fittest..?
    So I enjoyed at being fit,
    and being a bully,
    Of the society's unwritten rules -
    I was a victim!

    Life got serious, when
    money got in it's way,
    I had to now work in an
    office full of differences;
    Cyberbullying was the trend,
    and the ones with
    superior words and technology
    would win and thump;
    When alphabets on computers
    fret and fume,
    My project mate felt hopeless
    just like me, as a little girl;
    But I kept silent
    I had everything to hide,
    Staying quiet in the wind with
    bullies and the ones bullied on ends,
    Felt so disturbingly calm,
    Like I had powers none;
    The anger of the bully
    and the pain of the one being bullied,
    Suddenly seemed to fall upon
    the quiet, helpless bystander;
    Why again, did I feel like
    I was a victim?

    Years rolled by and
    I birthed my darling boy,
    He was perfect in my eyes
    but not in some...
    Oh! I know who they were,
    Little bullies who will feel great
    by crushing my little child...
    My wonderful perfect son!
    I had to rush and
    do something to make it stop;

    It had taken a lifetime
    to finally understand 'bullying',
    I was never a victim,
    But someone I pretended to be;
    I had had the power
    to change it all...
    I cannot ask for a time machine
    to stand up for lost truth,
    But now I can stand up
    for all the truth that is left!
    ©sruthisankari

  • blinganshu 12w

    THE BYSTANDER

    It's not easy to explain
    How I felt being a bystander
    Because it was not easy
    To know your own feelings
    As a 10-year-old
    When you saw the same thing every day
    Leaving scars in your subconscious
    Along with his body
    Which disappears later but never fades.

    You see your classmates,
    Your seniors, your juniors
    All targeting that one kid
    Justifying it as a form of justice
    For something that he did
    Unintentionally.

    It's not easy
    To know your own feeling
    When you see teachers being ignorant
    While an innocent life is treated
    As a tyrant.
    It's not easy
    To explain the turmoil of emotions
    Those innocent tears could arise
    In your own heart.

    You feel angry, forlorn, torn.
    You feel waves after waves
    Of empathy, sympathy, and self-pity
    For not standing up
    For not standing out
    For being coward
    For being a crowd.

    Until that one wave
    Which breaks your restraint
    Which makes you brave.

    You take a step forward
    You are no longer a coward
    You are no longer just a crowd.

    Suddenly it becomes easy
    To explain what a bystander is.
    He is not the bully
    Neither the bullied
    Nor the crowd
    He is just a bystander.

    A bystander
    Who sees everything
    Who knows all the names.
    The bullied never needs a messiah
    To save him
    He just needs a bystander
    Who could be his witness
    Who could stand by his own principles
    Who could tell the right and wrong
    When the need be.

    #blinganshu #forlorn #bullyingc #poets_pen_for_peace #thebystander #ceesreposts #pod

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    THE BYSTANDER

    A bystander
    Who sees everything
    Who knows all the names.
    The bullied never needs a messiah
    To save him
    He just needs a bystander
    Who could be his witness
    Who could stand by his own principles
    Who could tell the right and wrong
    When the need be.
    ©blinganshu

  • _musks 12w

    Girls bullys serverly
    Never see gender
    Girl or boy
    They Only know to use
    Innocents go through mental issues
    As they believe everyone
    And scared to hurt or slap with words
    Low confidence or an unknown truth
    Overpowered by bullys
    Everyone who is mean bullys.
    Damage is not visible
    Triggers can only be felt
    Forcing to listen is bullying
    Brainwashing is bullying
    If you don't have standard
    To leave when you are not satisfied
    Sucking out persons emotions
    While projecting own;you are bullying
    You are Trying to enslave their mind
    To serve your need like a servant
    When you don't have conscious
    To feel their pain even you know
    What they are going through
    Still enjoying the show
    Because letting go is not in your favour
    You are that parasite spoiling fresh piece
    Please! Innocents throw them away
    Only your no can break this shit
    Better to be alone than being with snakes
    Even narcissistic hiss is poisonous too
    #bullyingc

    If you think you had nothing special in life;congratulations you are not bullied yet
    Cherish yourself!
    You are more than best.

    First bully is own mind
    How dare to think negative and stop by fear?
    It damages what it knows and still peeks to where to create trauma for futures
    Destroy its all planning because it seeks everything outside
    "We get bullied when we beg don't do this to me
    As we start believing there is no other way
    Its is the time to choose yourself,be shameless to fight for what you want
    People will always laugh so let them but when you had acted to cherish your happiness
    Instead of expecting any humanity Chase them away"

    They already know you are asking favour and beggers have no value but can be framed for anything.
    They bully you cause they know your weakness and fear
    Stop fearing and show up for yourself with all your flaws
    So that they can't use it against you and even your limits

    "In case of mental torture, don't avoid your tears.
    Please! Let them flow and also when you hide it from family.You forcely go against body mechanism and then grief froze in your heart.So tears get dried,no emotions can be felt as only pain left in body which creates depression and anxiety.
    Your silence damages you from inside like rotten apple looking good from outside."
    So don't believe them,use own abilities as you are stopped like stagnant waters entangling in few words when you have to take the bold action.
    Keep living in your imaginary world and leaving their views behind and also prove them wrong.
    Your flow of thoughts will keep you safe so remain indulged in creativity.

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    A torturous beam of energy
    Pierced my soul
    Day by my controlled my moves
    It was destruction of innocence
    That core of hell sucked out
    Whole beauty of my eyes
    Then i realised
    Beauty is in heart
    Perception is its art
    Mind is fake light
    I lost vision in despair
    I thought they are my beliefs
    But they were forcely planted
    By manipulation of words and mean intentions
    Rebel mind followed them
    Now,took its freedom forever
    ©sksfantasy_girl

  • anamiiika 12w

    The forlorn pages of my diary,
    Were left empty.
    Maybe because of my forlorn attempt to fill those.
    Or because I didn't wanted my forlorn self to be written on those.
    I spurned to write the instances when I was left forlorn, and was termed as an outcast.
    I repudiated to picture my forlorn conditions, when I used to sit crouched at the corners.
    My inner self could not embrace my flaws and the scars which were left behind forlornly.
    I always tried to stand strong but my legs always trembled before them.
    Was I the one who was meant to be felt pity upon, or were those the ones pitiful.
    I felt pity on them, a pity on their upbringing, a pity on their actions and a pity on their existence.
    ©anamika
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    The first forlorn stands for abandoned.
    Second forlorn stands for unlikely to succeed.
    Third forlorn stands for miserable.
    Fourth forlorn stands for lonely.
    Fifth forlorn stands for sad.
    ___________________^^^^^^^^^^^____________________
    #pod #ceesreposts #forlorn #bullyingc
    @writersnetwork @mirakee @writersbay

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    Forlorn pages

    The forlorn pages of my diary,
    Were left empty.
    Maybe because of my forlorn attempt to fill those.
    Or because I didn't wanted my forlorn self to be written on those.
    I spurned to write the instances when I was left forlorn, and was termed as an outcast.
    I repudiated to picture my forlorn conditions, when I used to sit crouched at the corners.
    My inner self could not embrace my flaws and the scars which were left behind forlornly.
    I always tried to stand strong but my legs always trembled before them.
    Was I the one who was meant to be felt pity upon, or were those the ones pitiful.
    I felt pity on them, a pity on their upbringing, a pity on their actions and a pity on their existence.
    ©anamika

  • smily_aina 12w

    ©smily_aina
    30th June 2020 (6:55 AM IST)

    #bullyingc
    Thanks @writersbay for the prompt

    #smily_aina #stopbullying #ceesreposts
    #smilyn_creates @writersnetwork

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    When The Bullied Becomes A Bully

    Poor in grades, ridiculed by all
    Not the teacher's pet, not cared for at all

    Be it at school or at home
    He was scolded for his grades
    But when he came back wounded
    Neither the teacher asked, Nor the family cared

    They all thought he always lied
    For his own sake, things he would hide

    At a game of football, his favourite sport
    Beat by his seniors for declaring foul
    He would bear it all each day
    For a chance to show his crazy goal

    Classmates bullied his diffident trait
    Broke his pen and tore his notes
    Calling names, tripping him down
    Numerous deeds to make him frown

    Passers-by, turned their eye
    "It's just a squabble, why interfere"
    They took it all as child's play
    But for him, memories so drear

    Later he repeated the things he went through
    As a norm, he inhibited gradually
    As they say, it came true
    The bullied himself became a bully


    ©smily_aina
    30.06.2020

  • artist_without_art 12w

    Invisible boy

    "Invisible"
    that's what you called me,
    Your apathetic glances
    gave him implicit support;
    It's said that words hurt
    But what about silence?
    You went about
    Not noticing me ;
    When I tried to talk
    My words echoed
    I sat alone ,
    Nobody spoke a word to me;
    What did I do to be punished like this?
    Is this because of my inability to conform?
    I didn't cry,
    I felt too numb to;
    To this day ,
    I still stutter when I try to talk
    The word 'invisible' is still
    Imprinted in my skin
    To this day,
    When I talk
    I still expect my words
    to go unheard..
    ©artist_without_art

  • writersbay 12w

    'Freedom of Speech doesn’t justify online bullying. Words have power, be careful how you use them'
    -Germany Kent

    'It’s important to stand up to all forms of bullying, and it’s even more important for those who are around you to be just as courageous and stand with you'
    -Normani Kordei

    •Today write a piece on bullying from the point of view of either
    1) the one being bullied
    2) the one bullying
    3) one among the witnessing the act of bullying
    4) or accounting an incident happened to your closed one

    Covering all the points including why bullies bully, the effects on mind of both the bully and the victim and how it can be prevented.
    It can be fictionalized.

    Tag and share with #bullyingc
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    The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention defines bullying as “unwanted, aggressive behavior among school-aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. The behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time.”
    PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center is careful to point out that “while some bullying is physical and easy to recognize, bullying can also occur quietly and covertly, through gossip or on a smart phone or the internet, causing emotional damage.”


    Who Is Harmed When Bullying Occurs?
    In a word: everyone.
    The victim, the bully and the observers.

    What Are the Misconceptions About Bullying?

    1) Adults can’t do anything:
    They can. Teachers can watch bullies to deter behavior. Principals can discipline. Parents can report to schools, and should do so instead of contacting the child’s parents first.
    2) Boys are more likely to be victims:
    As discussed above, girls are more likely to be victims of emotional and cyber-bullying, while boys and girls are equally likely to experience physical abuse.
    3) It starts with cyber-bullying:
    Actually it usually ends with cyber-bullying. Most bullies are not faceless enemies, but real people children meet at school. They may then progress to bullying through electronic means. Usually, however, if a child is being bullied, part of the process involves face-to-face interactions.
    4) Kids just need to toughen up:
    This myth is left over from the old days, when “boys will be boys” and kids just needed to “work it out.” Knowing the harm bullying causes, however, this is misguided.
    5) Bystanders don’t have a role in bullying:
    They do. Always. Even if it is only giving the bully the audience he craves. But with training, observers could be taught to reduce bullying by noticing, reporting and intervening.
    6) Bullies are popular:
    Not necessarily. Bullies may be unpopular or sidelined themselves, so adults shouldn’t only look to the top of the pecking order.
    7) It is obvious when a child is being bullied:
    In 2007 almost a third of kids in middle and high school reported experience bullying at school, but not nearly as many parents are getting these reports at home. And keep in mind that those numbers refer only to the kids actually reporting. It may not be obvious, so adults must try to make it easier for kids to report.
    8) Bullying must be physical:
    Another persistent myth from the days of schoolyard brawling. Parents, teachers and administrators now know that bullying can come from many quarters, to tragic effect.
    9) It’s not anyone’s fault:
    This may be true, and it may not be. However, parents have a responsibility to their children to ask about bullying, listen to what kids say, and report. Teachers have a responsibility to intervene, and administrators are responsible for creating policies that protect children. As a nation, we are responsible for looking out for our kids and legislating for change.


    Bullying is a serious issue with serious impacts on victims, bullies and bystanders. Part of the problem is a culture of inaction, leftover from the old days when bullying was freely tolerated. Given the tragic results for children and adults, however, it is important to defeat this viewpoint once and for all and see bullying for the insidious problem it is.

    This starts with a culture of openness and a willingness to intervene. Even as adults, this can be difficult, so imagine how hard it is for children. Therefore adults must step up to the plate first, and lead by example. We must continue to encourage public conversation about the effects of bullying so that we can overcome it. And we must let our children know that whatever is happening, they can tell us and we will support them.

    Children don’t always have a voice of their own. We must be that voice.

    Credits: respective owners.

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