Don't Get Revenge

Author: 
osaie

          I was in the 6th grade last year and I was being bullied.  This was the first year I had been in JBA and I did not know anyone.  Meanwhile, things started to get worse when I started to get bullied after a month in JBA.  I progressively started to get pushed, hit and called names at by Schmell. He shouted at me, "Go back to Africa" and, "You can't afford it". Also, he told me that I stink and needed a shower even though I take a shower. What was even worse that he was getting hugs and kisses on the cheek from the girls just because he was tougher than me.  Everyday, he was getting hugs from Sam, Emily and Cindy. It was like the food chain in science.

         Meanwhile, Schmell was saying that I was not tough enough to fight him back. I thought the strongest people were not the smartest. So, I was planning the perfect revenge.  The very next day, when I was about to do get my revenge, I suddenly realized that other people who tried to fight back against their bullies have been suspended, transferred out of the school, or even arrested. When I had the chance to carry out my plan from earlier, I did not. I told Mr. Soler (aka "The punisher") instead to resolve the situation peacefully.

         Eventually, the lesson learned is that revenge is never the answer to anything and that it can lead to serious consequences. 

 

                                             About the Author

 

     Osai is a 12-year-old African-American 7th grader that goes to JBA born on April 3, 1999. He lives in the Bronx and has an astonishing mind, especially for technology. He wrote this memoir to inform people about his experience at JBA last year as a 6th grader. 

Comments

wow -__-

wow -__-

This must've been a hard

This must've been a hard time for you.

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:(

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wooooow

 

Good lesson learned

Good lesson learned

That's sad

That's sad

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smh -__-