I feel your pain. I was the epitome of being bullied growing up, note that this was when AIM was popular and online bulling was just starting up. I was verbally abused and beat up after school. The schools could do nothing about it at the time, because it was out of their "jurisdiction" for lack of a better term. Thank God for my father, "Start swinging and don't stop. Fuck the school and the consequences." he old me. And that is exactly what I did. You may question my fathers parenting skills, but I will tell you this much.. No one Fucked with me after I set my fear aside.
*Just remember, they're only a temporary part of your life. Keep Your Head Up.
I'm sorry that so many people were so horrible to you. Whilst normally I don't condone violence, I once used a similar tactic. These boys used to pick on me incessantly for being 'emo'. Their leader shoved and punched me once, so I punched him back. For the most part, they left me alone after that.
Haikus are my favorite because, when done correctly, they are incredibly meaningful and usually resonate pretty well with the general public. The image you have created with this haiku is vivid and something I did not expect from the title, though it makes more sense than any other analogy that could have been used.
I used to get bullied a lot in primary school - so this is perfect to describe how I felt. Now, thank God, they know not to mess with me. Oh, and I love haikus (even though they're annoyingly hard to write).