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“Worst Day Ever?”

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK (WTXF)- A poem written by a high schooler seems to make today’s world out to be a real downer at first. However, it only comes off that way when you read it from the top down.

If you read it from the bottom up, the poem appears to take on a whole new meaning.

The poem titled worst day ever, was written by 11th grader Chanie Gorkin of Brooklyn, New York.

Chanie posted the poem to where it attracted much attention.

Take a minute to read the poem both ways for yourself.

“Worst Day Ever?” By Chanie Gorkin

Today was the absolute worst day ever And don’t try to convince me that There’s something good in every day Because, when you take a closer look, This world is a pretty evil place. Even if Some goodness does shine through once in a while Satisfaction and happiness don’t last. And it’s not true that It’s all in the mind and heart Because True happiness can be obtained Only if one’s surroundings are good It’s not true that good exists I’m sure you can agree that The reality Creates My attitude It’s all beyond my control And you’ll never in a million years hear me say that Today was a good day

**Now read from the bottom to top.

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