Poems about bullying include "Identity-The Bully" by Jon Evans, "My Walk to School" by Andrea Wilson and "Vultures" by Richard Seal. These and other bullying poems discuss different aspects of the experience, including first-person responses that exhibit the emotional effects of being bullied.
In "Identity-The Bully," Evans crafts a third person poem directed to bullies, highlighting the fact that the bully's actions cause the person bullied "to feel like dirt."
"My Walk to School" sparsely and vividly describes a single event of bullying from the perspective of the person being bullied.
"Vultures" compares bullies to the vultures circling, always on the lookout for new prey. The poem attributes a sense of thrill to bullies when they harm others.