Worst Day Ever Poem


Source:  Pop Sugar Tech originally posted by 

I spotted in this in a Facebook post by Pop Sugar Tech of a picture taken on a wall in London that was originally  written by Chanie Gorkin, a secondary school pupil from Brooklyn in New York.

I is an amazing that wrote this poem was written by a high schooler wiith it haveng one meaning read top to bottom, and an entirely different meaning read bottom to top.  If you read it from top to bottom, it is dark, cynical and depressing; if read bottom to top is optimistic and uplifting.  While we can’t always change thing we want to, we can choose our perspective to try to find positives in negative situations.




One comment on “Worst Day Ever Poem”

  1. I read it and got too sad to read it back wards

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