Meet the brown, yellow-dressed poet who inflamed mom’s emotions

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With her poem “The Hill We Climb” “The Hill We Climb” in reference to “Capitol”

The black poet, “Amanda Gorman,” stole the limelight at the inauguration of US President Joe Biden, when she took the inauguration and recited a poem she wrote entitled “The Hill We Climb.”
The poet “Gorman” appeared in her yellow dress and her hair wrapped in a red crown, she was kidnapped with her poem in which she called for her citizens to unite, and she captured her words and her performance who were present on the Capitol drawers and viewers behind the screens.
Gorman, 22, from Los Angeles, recited her poem “The Hill We Climb”, “The Hill We Climb”, referring to Capitol Hill, the seat of Congress that was stormed by a crowd of former President Donald Trump’s supporters on December 6. The second of January.
The young woman captivated the audience with her calm voice and graceful movements, and her poem recited remarkable performance and high confidence, after she found in writing poetry a way to overcome the stutter that she suffered from in her childhood, just as Biden did when he was young.
In the beginning of her poem, the poet described herself as “a skinny black girl who can dream of becoming a president, only to find herself reciting a poem in front of a president.”
“Morgan” won her first poetry award when she was still 16 years old, and it was only 3 years ago that she won the “Best Young Poetess” award in the country while studying sociology at the prestigious Harvard University.
“Gorman” has received praise from leading politicians and celebrities in American society on social media, including former President Barack Obama, who wrote through his personal account on “Twitter” that it is a day of history, praising the performance of “Amanda”, and describing the capabilities of young people with the light that needs to be The courage to see him, citing “Now News.”

Meet the yellow-clad poetess who inflamed Americans on Biden’s inauguration.

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The black poet, “Amanda Gorman,” stole the limelight at the inauguration of US President Joe Biden, when she took the inauguration and recited a poem she wrote entitled “The Hill We Climb.”
The poet “Gorman” appeared in her yellow dress and her hair wrapped in a red crown, she was kidnapped with her poem in which she called for her citizens to unite, and she captured her words and her performance who were present on the Capitol drawers and viewers behind the screens.
Gorman, 22, from Los Angeles, recited her poem “The Hill We Climb”, “The Hill We Climb”, referring to Capitol Hill, the seat of Congress that was stormed by a crowd of former President Donald Trump’s supporters on December 6. January 2nd.
The young woman captivated the audience with her calm voice and graceful movements, and her poem recited remarkable performance and high confidence, after she found in writing poetry a way to overcome the stutter that she suffered from in her childhood, just as Biden did when he was young.
In the beginning of her poem, the poet described herself as “a skinny black girl who can dream of becoming a president, only to find herself reciting a poem in front of a president.”
“Morgan” won her first poetry award when she was still 16 years old, and it was only 3 years ago that she won the “Best Young Poetess” award in the country while studying sociology at the prestigious Harvard University.
“Gorman” has received praise from leading politicians and celebrities in American society on social media, including former President Barack Obama, who wrote through his personal account on “Twitter” that it is a day of history, praising the performance of “Amanda”, and describing the capabilities of young people with the light that needs to be The courage to see him, citing “Now News.”

January 21, 2021 – Jumada Al-Akhir 8, 1442

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With her poem “The Hill We Climb” “The Hill We Climb” in reference to “Capitol”

The black poet, “Amanda Gorman,” stole the limelight at the inauguration of US President Joe Biden, when she took the inauguration and recited a poem she wrote entitled “The Hill We Climb.”
The poet “Gorman” appeared in her yellow dress and her hair wrapped in a red crown, she was kidnapped with her poem in which she called for her citizens to unite, and she captured her words and her performance who were present on the Capitol drawers and viewers behind the screens.
Gorman, 22, from Los Angeles, recited her poem “The Hill We Climb”, “The Hill We Climb”, referring to Capitol Hill, the seat of Congress that was stormed by a crowd of former President Donald Trump’s supporters on December 6. January 2nd.
The young woman captivated the audience with her calm voice and graceful movements, and her poem recited remarkable performance and high confidence, after she found in writing poetry a way to overcome the stutter that she suffered from in her childhood, just as Biden did when he was young.
In the beginning of her poem, the poet described herself as “a skinny black girl who can dream of becoming a president, only to find herself reciting a poem in front of a president.”
“Morgan” won her first poetry award when she was still 16 years old, and it was only 3 years ago that she won the “Best Young Poetess” award in the country while studying sociology at the prestigious Harvard University.
“Gorman” has received praise from leading politicians and celebrities in American society on social media, including former President Barack Obama, who wrote through his personal account on “Twitter” that it is a day of history, praising the performance of “Amanda”, and describing the capabilities of young people with the light that needs to be The courage to see him, citing “Now News.”





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