"One Today" is a poem by Richard Blanco first recited at the second inauguration of Barack Obama, making Blanco the fifth poet to read during a United States presidential inauguration. "One Today" was called "a fine example of public poetry, in keeping with Blanco’s other work: Loose, open lines of mostly conversational verse, a flexible iambic pentameter stanza form." by Ken Tucker in Entertainment Weekly.
- Tucker, Ken (January 21, 2013). "Poetry at the Presidential inauguration: The Richard Blanco poem 'One Today,' its form and meaning". Entertainment Weekly.
- One Today at White House website
- Bruce, Mary (January 21, 2013). "One Today: Full Text of Richard Blanco Inaugural Poem". ABC News. Includes a video of Blanco's reading.
- Freedlander, David (January 21, 2013). "Richard Blanco, Obama’s Historic Inauguration Poet". The Daily Beast. Freedlander summarizes several opinions about Blanco's poem, as well as giving the poem's text.
- Armenti, Peter (January 28, 2013). "Richard Blanco's Inaugural Poem: One Today". From the Catbird Seat: Poetry & Literature at the Library of Congress. Armenti offers a careful explication of the poem, stanza by stanza.
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