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When you dont know how to hang on anymore What do you do The rhymesticks and stones can mean many more things than just sticksstones and words People who try to stay strong everyday smile andhide their scars have took this rhyme more serious than just a littlepoem We get called every name a new arsenal of names are being updatedevery year and we sit back and dont nothing As you hear whispering inthe hall about how kids are cruel How they try to empty themselves sothey feel nothing Sticks and stones may break your bones but wordswill never hurt me This is the biggest lie Even though people maystay strong and pretend that the names the kid at school called them isnothing they still were hurt by it As people sit back and dont doanything They are affecting many people but the ones they areaffecting the most is our society How can someone sit back and believethat being called nasty easy infected ratchet played passed aroundand many more name than just this is perfectly okay to grow up with Howcan you hang on When a kid falls in a school and nobody around choosesto hear do they make a noise After they break because of the names theybeen called and the actions they took after it what do they becomeEmpty out cased not helped unwanted and lonely How can someone askfor help without being made fun of for being weak These things preventthe words from not hurting as much as they do With the right help nomatter what happened they would never feel alone People commit suicidebecause of how sad they get How did they get there They get pusheddown so much not only but the kids at school but after that they feelnot good enough for themselves their family or anyone else that has tolook at them The rhyme sticks and stones can also have anothermeaning When the people we
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