I’d like to share the following poem “Mean Miss Bully” with you. This poem was written by my grandmother and is included in her book A Little of Me: A Little of You: Spoken Word Choir by Janice K. Neal-Vincent, Ph.D. (Author)
“Mean Miss Bully”
Miss Bully sits in her chair looking mad.
She really tried her best to make Jim sad.
So many times she called Jim out of his name
And tried a number of times to make him shame.
She said that Jim was just stupid and crazy.
She even got beside herself and called him lazy.
Let her tell it, Jim could never do anything right.
Her harsh bullying made him sleepless every night.
But when her parents heard her call Jim names,
They made her apologize and put her to shame.
It’s never cool, precious friends, to put others down.
Whatever goes around will always come back around.
If you’re in Atlanta I hope to see you at the KINDNESS RULES ANTI-BULLYING FASHION SHOW!
Join us this Sat, June 17 for the launch of Kindness Rules, an anti-bullying platform founded by model Miss Jamison Scout.
RSVP at kindnessrules.eventbrite.com