Hi. I'm 19/f, new here and don't know you, but you sound like a nice lady. From a young age I was blessed with the ability to know what's in a person's heart and what color panties they are wearing.
You offer a beautiful poem but there is a harshness in the way you offered it. I think this is a time that calls for you to put on a different color panties. As a woman I know that when my heart is full of bitterness and anger I don't wear my prettiest lace. To change your heart, you will need to see things differently.
#1. Remember that all things are one. Light & dark, good & evil, winners & losers, black & white, acid rain falling pridefully and mercifully on a school with no idiots -- all of these things are part of the same universe, intertwined in the same dynamic (Eph 1:9-10).
#2. A light shines brightest in the dark.
#3. There is an ancient parable that goes something like this: if you walk into a den of wolves looking like a sheep, they will probably bite you in the ass. That's what wolves do, so it only harms yourself to be bitter about it. You will feel like wearing your prettiest panties again when you see that the wolves and sheep are part of the same dynamic.
I need to run, I'm late for class. Besides, if I stay, Blob will try to work his charms on me. Next thing you know, he will start a thread called "Blob, Pink Lace, Nia, and the meaning of compassion." But I have a question for Blob: doesn't the definition of 'self-hypnotized' mean that you are charmed by your own charms?
See what I did there?
It must be nice to be a man, just walking around swinging a big stick. If I was a man, this is what I'd say to you: It has been an honor to fight for your honor. Now I must bid you adieu.
exits stage left, singing the lyrics to Come Sail Away, never to be heard from again*