Judge and Talk When people judge and talk About what’s on the outside A person’s appearance Or the way that they walk Without looking closely At themselves first They don’t think about consequence And what makes it worse Is that someone always suffers Not everyone is strong Not everyone can fight Those who are wrong

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Unfolding Memories Slow and bitter days drag passed Each day seemed longer than the last Unfolding memories of a twisted past Of a darker life she used to live All the tainted love she used to give To those who just don’t understand Her longing for undiscovered land Now the twisted days seem better Each

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Why? Why are standards so high? Why do people feel the need to pry? Can’t people be themselves? Can’t you just focus on yourself? Just leave others be So they can live care free Anon Corridors In this world we live in, One cannot find their place, We are judged for everything we are Colour,

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Popularity Popularity is a joke, I thought you were my friend, But now I’ve lost all hope. We used to joke and laugh, But now you laugh at me. It’s the stupid ladder of popularity. All I want is to break free, The scheme of popularity is ruining me. Anon Untitled All through primary school

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Masquerade Behind these masquerade masks We are tearing at the seams. Dainty, porcelain faces cracking into shards, Perfect lives, perfect friends, perfect relationships. Awkward acrobats in an inflatable circus, Each death-defying jump a risk, all of our vulnerability on show. One slip, And we fall. Deeper into the reality of our nightmarish lives, The things

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Fair Society exists, survives, relies on law, Yet it is rife with, filled with human flaws. Corrupt, biased, broken, Yet nothing is spoken, A result of cold hearts without thaw. As people say “life isn’t fair”, But in this age should justice be rare. Anon Electronic Blues I stare at the blue electronic screen. It

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Numb The days grow darker Painfully longer, Each hour that passes Increases her mind’s isolation. “Did they notice?” “Do they care?” Anxiety creeps like a shadow Infecting her like a disease. Circling her thoughts like vultures In labyrinths of ridicule and fear. Her glass mind wanders Dark corridors Chases fading clouds. The gargoyles mock her

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We Define Ourselves One person in my family finds it difficult to communicate. He has Asperger’s syndrome. He is smart, He is loving, He is funny, We hear a noise, He hears it ten times louder. It rings in his head for three times longer, Then he breaks. He can’t handle the noise in his

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