Georgia State University Conflict Resolution Symposium Participants Write Haiku about Bullying

I am grateful to the Students, Faculty and other participants in a Healthy Haiku Workshop that I conducted this week at the Georgia State University 2013 Conflict Resolution Symposium.  We discussed bullying from the Bully’s perspective, from the “Victim’s” perspective and then the consequences of bullying – short and long term.  It was fun and as promised the time went quickly but not without the teams coming up with some awesome Haiku poems about Bullying!  Here is just a sample of the creations!  Enjoy!

 

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I dominate you

You resent me for all this

Hate Perpetuates

(It starts and just continues)

 

Disrespect for me

Hurt for my Mentality

Abolish my Mind.

(Impact on the Victim)

 

I am not a Bully

Hurting people Hurt people

I want to be heard.

(Making sense of it all!)

 

Relationship Stuff

Drop out of Education

Drugs and Alcohol

(Long term effects of bullying on adults)

 

See more about Healthy Haiku Poetry at the Healthy Haiku web site and  visit the store to purchase the Training Manual. The poetry book is being reprinted. Learn more about Dr. Imani Ma’at the Creator and CEO of Healthy Haiku Productions.  Get information about scheduling a Workshop or Keynote Presentation. Thanks for checking in!

 

8 thoughts on “Georgia State University Conflict Resolution Symposium Participants Write Haiku about Bullying

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