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Bullying: A Story of Survival

Michael R. Gannon Jr., TSV Staff Writer

October 28

Filed under Opinions, Skyline Voices

I. I enter my formative stage growing pain, as I lay face down the Earth, pushing back hands of a troubled mind, holding me down. II. It’s something of his pleasure, my mercy- an increasing loss of hope, shattering as my spine cracks,...

Innocence

Caryanne Dela Cruz, TSV Guest Writer

October 28

Filed under Opinions, Skyline Voices

I was an innocent little girl Everyday I wanted to hurl Back in my middle school days I was in a crazy maze Didn’t know Where to turn So many damn obstacles that came my way I was scared and lost I kept getting stuck No one gave a fuck Bitches starting fights didn’t stand up for my rights I didnt know what to...

Thank God It’s Over

Christina Innes, TSV Guest Writer

October 28

Filed under Opinions, Skyline Voices

New school, new class, new kids Socially I took a major skid Uniforms, morning prayers, 7th grade cliques An equal number of bitches and dicks Sure you’ve been together for years Doesn’t mean you should put me in tears Which feeds my fears Of what the next day brings Sure my grades and behavior improves But during...

One simple motion

Shawn Johnson, TSV Guest Writer

October 28

Filed under Opinions, Skyline Voices

Don’t! there’s no reason. Just fa- -ll back, I got you. easy isn’t always best Lets take a step- back, let me explain because i was there too. In a hallway with no E Y E S my voice left ...

Just fine

Erin Perry, TSV Guest Writer

October 28

Filed under Opinions, Skyline Voices

You're always going to grow, And it's all going to be alright. Eventually. Buy you won't forget the words. And the faces of the jesters, Who took your health for granted. Who took your innocence in vain. You'll remember what they said, And the tone that they used. You'll remember their laughter and their smirks. You'll...

Dog Days

Hazel Domingo, TSV Guest Writer

October 28

Filed under Opinions, Skyline Voices

Bite’s worse than your bark It was your rite of passage It was my permanent reminder Pride struck right out my jaw A gap was made inside me Tears obscured me from your guise Mouth masked with blood Left canine tooth gone Helpless prey, to be cannibalized Teeth sank bone deep My flesh then the meat Stripped away from me Wh...

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