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18/30: Kayleb Rae Candrilli

Today we are reading "Daytona 500" a fantastic piece that elevates the beauty and grace of small, mundane joys and kindnesses.

We're keeping it simple today: write a poem that unabashedly glorifies the small mercies our lives give us. Because sometime that is all that keeps us alive. Consider how the tenderness sits against the equally mundane cruelties, how that makes it even more precious to behold.

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