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Maydays: Poem – Shadorma – “Could Be You Some Day” #Maydays #amwriting



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Thank you to the wonderful K.L. Caley of new2writing for hosting #Maydays prompts. This prompt I mentioned in today’s #Maydays prompt. It concerns all things geek.

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Geek sheek is, 

There such a term we, 

Simply don’t —

Care to know, 

Because we don’t want to be a geek.

Memories; childhood.

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Bullies, 

Abused the, 

Geeks who in, 

Our schools, were —

Nerds shoved into lockers and, 

Forgotten about ’till —

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Mr. X let, 

Nerdy guy out; he —

Never helps, 

Much, Mr. X —

Won’t stop bully from hurting, 

Kids; he pretends it’s play.

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Movies don’t, 

Aid kids who become, 

Targets at —

School because, 

For some reason geeks stand out, 

Fate aids her bullies.

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Why are some, 

Children left —

Alone? While some, 

Lose their lunch —

Money, to mean kid who made,  

Them bleed, inside out.

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And parents, 

Who don’t see their child, 

Bullying —

Beware your, 

Child’s cruelty leads kids to die;

Commit suicide.

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What makes a —

Geek? I’ve never been one, 

So it’s hard,

For me to, 

Generalize; perhaps, you can’t?

Bully choose prey anyways.

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Call them geek, 

Not sheek; teenagers, 

And children, 

Abused by, 

Jealous, mean people; it’s fine —

To bully, they think. 

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Now they pick, 

On geeks online on,

Their Facebook,  

Snapchat and, 

Chat rooms; abounding with hate. 

But change in adulthood.

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World turns,

When that geek you hit.

Is your boss, 

Separating,

You from promotions deserved.

Shouldn’t have punched him.

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Now the geeks, 

Are truly sheek and, 

Are making, 

Millions and —

Millions more than your pay cheque.

But the difference here–

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Maybe they —

After some payback,

Have pity, 

On you and —

Your friend, who work under them.

They know what it’s like.

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So kids when, 

You’re attending school, 

Think ahead, 

You’re not young, 

Forever; the geek you hurt —

One day, could hurt you.

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©Mandibelle16. (2016) All Rights Reserved.

7 thoughts on “Maydays: Poem – Shadorma – “Could Be You Some Day” #Maydays #amwriting”

  1. Nicely said. It’s airways been that students picked out the different ones for bullying. I went through some real special people because I was younest and smallest most of my school years. I never made much of it. Ignored most but there’s wasn’t social media either.

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    1. I was never bullied for being a geek, but I was husky as a child. It’s how the kids on my Dad’s side tend to be. I grew out of it by the time I was 11 or 12 but I remembering being teased for being fat for a few years. Thanks for reading Mark.

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      1. I was teased but in high school I got close to everyone ender in height and played backyard football with the high school football players. I was never last kid taken and called squid. You never seen me catch the football. Just two arms and I was at botton of the pile with the football. The tough guys weren’t so tough without pads. ☺

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  2. A morality play, Mandi. And a good one. Now that “geek is sheek.” As you note, on the way to growing up–well, for some ti stops. A local teen committed suicide a couple of days ago. She said cyber-bullying was the cause. All I can tell from the news is that she was smart and pretty. What went wrong? I think you get at an answer here. Along with adjuration. Thank you!

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    1. Thank you Christopher. It’s a sad reality. Kids trying so hard to fit in and conform. We do so as adults too but I don’t think to the same degree. I think we more celebrate each other’s unique talents and viewpoints, especially when they help us finish our work or puzzle out a problem. But as long as there have been kids, there have been bullies. I don’t know what we teach kids so that they stop bullying. Thank you for reading. Much appreciate your thoughts.

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