Sunday, March 3, 2019

The Dyslexia Poem

Year Six teacher Jane Broadis from Watford in Hertfordshire, UK was awestruck by her 10-year-old student's poem about dyslexia that she decided to share it. 

The Twitter world is full of praise, having impressed thousands and thousands of users. 

The unnamed author, who signed the poem A.O., had written the clever and inspiring piece about her learning difficulty that can be read both forwards and backwards. 

Read backwards, the poem in fact says the opposite: 'Nobody could ever convince me to think that I'm a failure' and 'Nobody could ever say I am stupid'. 

Touching. Heart-rending. And simply brilliant!

Celtic progressed to the semi-finals of the Scottish Cup when they beat Hibernian 2-0 yesterday – thanks to stunning second-half strikes from James Forrest and Scott Brown.

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