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Review: "Today" by Chelsea Panos

During class, my teacher was telling us about an article that she really liked. As she was reading it, I let my eyes wander around the page. One article caught my eye. It was called “Today” by Chelsea Panos. About half way through the reading, my eyes began to water, and before I knew it, I had to blink to keep myself from crying.

By the time I was done reading the poem, I realized that you do not need to do anything huge and heroic to be noticed. Doing little things, like, and I quote “I called my brother to remind him that he is loved,” can make a difference. It doesn’t matter if anyone notices you or not, but what matters is that you know what you did, and that you feel damn good about it.





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