She works in a factory.
Her name is April.
Her pretty hair has gray in it.
Her teacher told her to take care of it alone.
The Other June threatened her if she told.
June refuses to make her mother worry.
Tilly's concern about June's quietness
The Other June's actions in swim class
Mr. Morrisey's reaction to June
Clap and show their support
Stand on their desks
Laugh at the Other June
June's mother knows that June would lose.
The two of them already face enough trouble.
Fights will make it difficult for June to study.
A bullying girl bothers her in swim class on Tuesdays.
She spends the entire night alone in the apartment.
She has to do all the caretaker chores in her building.
Likes to lie
Fears her mother
Wants to protect her mother
The Other June's eyes pop wide open.
Kevin Clark stands up on his desk.
Mr. Morrisey laughs out loud
The Other June throws a pie in June's face.
The Other June calls June names and pushes, hits, and pinches her.
The Other June takes June's pencil.
June's mother has a sense of humor about it and is not bitter.
June's mother is bitter and angry
June's mother is sad
Very fond of you
Confused by your decisions
Unwilling to stick up for you
Sways in the wind
Does not move
Good at sports
The Other June
The speaker, or voice in the poem is being bullied like June.
They both are being bullied by one person.
They both go to the same school.