Hey there! It's ZeldaIsShiek here to review another quintessential piece of literature that made my day and win this Review Day by helping the Red Pandas stay in first place and reaching my goal of 80 reviews. I might even get to 100, if I work hard enough. Anyway, that's enough idle chatter from me. Let's get into the review.
I find this poem very beautiful and relatable, even if you wrote it when you were only twelve. The message you are sending to the world is very inspirational and deserves to be heard by as many people as possible. While it is no secret that I am not very confident in myself, I definitely try to ignore bullies whenever I can in order to refuse them the satisfaction they want from their interaction with you. I also liked how you kept asking the bully what they had. It made the poem feel not only like a message to the bully that you are speaking to, but also a message to those being bullied that the bullies may have even more hell than they make for you.
This is just something to think about, and it could or could not be the true meaning of this piece. I love the work you have done and I truly wish that more people would understand that everyone is the same once you peel off the cover, and that no one should be treated differently. That's all for today. I kept out the grammar and/or spelling issues section because of the fact that you were very young when you wrote this poem.
Keep writing, and have an incredible Review Day!