A gritty reboot of an age old folk tale. I've got to say, I'm pretty impressed with the tone of this. "Tomorrow, his family will know/how wrong they were to laugh at him/Tomorrow, he can prove to the world he was right, all along/ Tomorrow, they'll all see... But there has to be more that he can do!"
Those lines take the poem to a dark place in the fanatic mind of the protagonist, but then right back again. I feel like this is under-appreciated and overlooked in the Life section. Favorited, 5/5