Jane Broadis is an England-based teacher who loves sharing her young students' work on Twitter. Twitter: @Jb5Jane And it's easy to see why. Her students are amazingly talented. Twitter: @Jb5Jane But, a recent poem she shared written by one of her 10-year-old dyslexic students has been getting a lot of attention. Jane Broadis @Jb5Jane Today in Y6 we looked at poems that could be read forwards & backwards. I was stunned by this one written by one of my 10 year olds. Please share - I would love her work to be appreciated further afield. I wonder if it could even find a publisher? 05:26 PM - 27 Feb 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite The poem – which has over 175,000 likes and over 53,000 retweets – comes with a perspective-changing twist at the end: Twitter: @Jb5Jane People called it "genius," because, well, it is. Twitter: @Jb5Jane People saw the importance and impact of it. Twitter: @Jb5Jane And people were telling stories about the challenges their own children faced. Twitter: @Jb5Jane Of course, people were praising Jane for being such a wonderful teacher. Twitter: @Jb5Jane Cheers to kids impacting people everywhere! Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF youtube.com BuzzFeed has reached out to Jane Broadis for comment.