Inaugural poet Amanda Gorman delivers a poem at Joe Biden's inauguration

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100+ comentarios:

Mads
Mads:
“Being American is more than a pride we inherit... It’s the past we step into and how we repair it.”
SweetiePie
SweetiePie:
Half of the comments: **praising her for being so smart.**
The other half of the comments. *SHE GAVE ME HOMEWORK.*
James Pigott
James Pigott:
She gave me English homework
DarkMaster Gaming
DarkMaster Gaming:
My teacher made us listen to it in class, and we all loved it. Later we found out a parent emailed the teacher angrily asking her why she showed us this, saying it was “too political”. Some people...
Mr Ethane
Mr Ethane:
gave me homework🤦🏾‍♂️ due by the end of the day
Bonifacio Lara
Bonifacio Lara:
This is honestly one of the best speeches I have ever heard.
Why hello
Why hello:
“There is always light if only we’re brave enough to see it. If only we’re brave enough to be it”
Joocke Scholte
Joocke Scholte:
She doesn’t only dances with words, but also with her hands.... love this ❣️
tommyt1971
tommyt1971:
This is the great thing about literary pursuits: learning from it never ends because of people like Amanda.
zL
zL:
She's indeed beautiful her voice, personality and her whole self
Lashan
Lashan:
She could be reading a recipe for chocolate chip cookies and I'd be mesmerised by her poise and tone
Beekeeper911
Beekeeper911:
Amanda Gorman’s poem is expresses a much needed and powerful call to hope and to actively aspire to keep the ideals of our democracy alive❣️🇺🇸❣️ Thank you Amanda❣️❣️❣️
Lindsey Rife
Lindsey Rife:
The only thing I would change is that those giant microphones weren’t obstructing her beautiful face. She speaks and moves with such grace. 💗
Merle Bicknell
Merle Bicknell:
I am a Disabled Vietnam Veteran, I want to thank you for your poem. You touched my heart with your words and gave me hope, once again, that all veterans did not fight in vane to defend the constitution of this great country. Regardless of our countries mistakes it has the ability to adapt, change and progress towards the goal of one day all people regardless of religion, race and education are accepted equally without ill will. There will come a day when everyone understands that the purpose of life is understand that everyone has a purpose.
Lutz Mahnke
Lutz Mahnke:
Being honest, l am German and saw her in the German TV and I was deeply impressed. This is America and l am sure, she will make her way. Great👍👍👏👏
Judy Sanchez
Judy Sanchez:
She got me thinking outside the box to help my daughter with English homework 😳
only etambuyu
only etambuyu:
Am not only in love with the confidence ,its in the melody at which the words flow out of her mouth and the glow .
Hy Mai
Hy Mai:
Hy Mai
1 second ago
I wouldn't worry about the small minority that dislike her poem. I am more hopeful of a full generation of students who will become voters in the near future that will heed her words. That makes me smile to and proud to be an American.
PATRICIA A
PATRICIA A:
Spoken Ever So Eloquently. Well said Poet. Poetry is my Passion I am a Poet As Well 🙏🙏❤️
𝒦𝒶𝓎𝒫𝒽𝑜𝓇𝒾𝒶
𝒦𝒶𝓎𝒫𝒽𝑜𝓇𝒾𝒶:
Indescribable. I have no words. Thank you queen.
Joe electronic schematics for auto
Joe electronic schematics for auto:
I can't help but think what would Dr King say if he was sitting in the front row listening to this genius intellectual woman
Jay B
Jay B:
This young lady just inspired millions of little girls with the desire to be and will be.
Angie R
Angie R:
Micah 4.... Each will sit under his own fig tree.....
And the LORD will reign over them on Mount Zion
Hadeel Almadi
Hadeel Almadi:
"we've learned that quiet isn't always peace in the norms and notions of what is "just is " isn't always "justice" WHAT A QUEEN
goldbluetears
goldbluetears:
so beautiful and strong, so upright and clear. What a Soul!
StapleGolf
StapleGolf:
"The Hill We Climb"

When day comes we ask ourselves,
where can we find light in this never-ending shade?
The loss we carry,
a sea we must wade
We've braved the belly of the beast
We've learned that quiet isn't always peace
And the norms and notions
of what just is
Isn’t always just-ice
And yet the dawn is ours
before we knew it
Somehow we do it
Somehow we've weathered and witnessed
a nation that isn’t broken
but simply unfinished
We the successors of a country and a time
Where a skinny Black girl
descended from slaves and raised by a single mother
can dream of becoming president
only to find herself reciting for one
And yes we are far from polished
far from pristine
but that doesn’t mean we are
striving to form a union that is perfect
We are striving to forge a union with purpose
To compose a country committed to all cultures, colors, characters and
conditions of man
And so we lift our gazes not to what stands between us
but what stands before us
We close the divide because we know, to put our future first,
we must first put our differences aside
We lay down our arms
so we can reach out our arms
to one another
We seek harm to none and harmony for all
Let the globe, if nothing else, say this is true:
That even as we grieved, we grew
That even as we hurt, we hoped
That even as we tired, we tried
That we’ll forever be tied together, victorious
Not because we will never again know defeat
but because we will never again sow division
Scripture tells us to envision
that everyone shall sit under their own vine and fig tree
And no one shall make them afraid
If we’re to live up to our own time
Then victory won’t lie in the blade
But in all the bridges we’ve made
That is the promise to glade
The hill we climb
If only we dare
It's because being American is more than a pride we inherit,
it’s the past we step into
and how we repair it
We’ve seen a force that would shatter our nation
rather than share it
Would destroy our country if it meant delaying democracy
And this effort very nearly succeeded
But while democracy can be periodically delayed
it can never be permanently defeated
In this truth
in this faith we trust
For while we have our eyes on the future
history has its eyes on us
This is the era of just redemption
We feared at its inception
We did not feel prepared to be the heirs
of such a terrifying hour
but within it we found the power
to author a new chapter
To offer hope and laughter to ourselves
So while once we asked,
how could we possibly prevail over catastrophe?
Now we assert
How could catastrophe possibly prevail over us?
We will not march back to what was
but move to what shall be
A country that is bruised but whole,
benevolent but bold,
fierce and free
We will not be turned around
or interrupted by intimidation
because we know our inaction and inertia
will be the inheritance of the next generation
Our blunders become their burdens
But one thing is certain:
If we merge mercy with might,
and might with right,
then love becomes our legacy
and change our children’s birthright
So let us leave behind a country
better than the one we were left with
Every breath from my bronze-pounded chest,
we will raise this wounded world into a wondrous one
We will rise from the gold-limbed hills of the west,
we will rise from the windswept northeast
where our forefathers first realized revolution
We will rise from the lake-rimmed cities of the midwestern states,
we will rise from the sunbaked south
We will rebuild, reconcile and recover
and every known nook of our nation and
every corner called our country,
our people diverse and beautiful will emerge,
battered and beautiful
When day comes we step out of the shade,
aflame and unafraid
The new dawn blooms as we free it
For there is always light,
if only we’re brave enough to see it
If only we’re brave enough to be it


I stole this but I didnt want to keep scrolling to see it so I took it and I'm guessing he probably stole it too
Yash200 Wzee
Yash200 Wzee:
exactly: "Talented Angel you are definitely showing off your ancestry coming from a line of kings, queens, emperors, chiefs and pharaohs. Standing out like no other. Keep it up!"
Xilef Leclerc
Xilef Leclerc:
Hope one day, Amanda, you'll come to Canada and visit us in Montréal
C. Romano
C. Romano:
It's not just her words, but how she's speaking them. Her hand gestures, eye contact, facial expressions. Already a master of public speaking.
ramona r.
ramona r.:
this is so amazing. im glad i have homework on it. she is truly a rolemodel. <3
Victoria Veluz
Victoria Veluz:
Amanda’s poem Inspired me so much I just had to make this: ❤️ https://youtu.be/diOWsaLsmWA ❤️ Let the next four years be led with Poetry and LOVE. 🙏🏼
Lupo Esk
Lupo Esk:
Well done, this is for the history books! At the age of 22 she is already a living legend.
S. M.
S. M.:
I needed to be energized .This truly energized me and brought a new light into my life .
mikhailabakunin
mikhailabakunin:
With young people like this America has a future.
Jinin Berry
Jinin Berry:
Thank you having subtitles
Chief, Toke A Bowl
Chief, Toke A Bowl:
Her poetry glows, like her beautiful face.
Kristian Kotin
Kristian Kotin:
Liebe Grüße an alle Deutschen die hier englisch Hausaufgaben machen
chad harvey
chad harvey:
This is so beautiful. 😇
Anita Parenteau
Anita Parenteau:
Her body language adds a tremendous amount of feeling to her words. Her eyes, her facial expressions - and of course her hands. This is a very special woman.
A Beautiful Mind is Poetry Defined
A Beautiful Mind is Poetry Defined:
From a fellow poet, let me honour thy moment........Words weaved with elegance and poise,........As innocent as to not even break the noise........To heal and balm, restore society's calm, The shattered minds and shattered souls......Can now be made whole......Let's step forward with head held high..... Lets put our differences aside....... A stronger Nation we must be as a beacon of light for all to see...... Trials and tribulations will still now come, but together we fight as if we are one...... Greatest isn't measured in achieving great feats..... It's starts in our hearts where our very life beats..... When we stare into each others gaze..... to put the other first that's when we know we have lifted this old curse..... Hand in hand we will stand both women and man..... As a partner hand in glove respecting each others love..... Then and only then will the world begin to see..... This is the pathway to global harmony. Denis Brown (Author of "A Beautiful Mind is Poetry Defined") available on Amazon and KDP. Poetry Lives Forever
M Franklin
M Franklin:
Online tutors are already writing reaction papers for students about this one..keep the orders coming
Learn Shona and Ndebele with Ndawana and Friends
Learn Shona and Ndebele with Ndawana and Friends:
She was born for this moment 💯✨❤️
Araceli Verdugo
Araceli Verdugo:
Beautiful. Another wonderful poet like Maya. So proud of this young girl and what an inspiración to others. Her words felt so uplifting.
Valentina
Valentina:
She will be in the history books, that poem is going to be a permanent part of American history <3
Nina Salgado
Nina Salgado:
"Quiet isn't always Peace" Beautifully done!!! May God 🙏 everyone!!!❣️❣️
Carrie Smith
Carrie Smith:
Wow!! Lovely and very deep and wise for such a young person! Gifted!
Heather Wilkins
Heather Wilkins:
Love her yellow and red , what a beautiful inspirational speech.
Sa Sha
Sa Sha:
this is so powerful and inspirational.
Abigail White
Abigail White:
She's breathtaking. Something about her presence is captivating.
Mÿlord
Mÿlord:
I love this so much I literally translated the whole poem into my first language (French). It's on my channel. ^_^
Matthew W. -___-
Matthew W. -___-:
Omg I am getting so emotional... because i just got english hw on this. T.T
Mohamed GABY
Mohamed GABY:
"...Not because we will never again know defeat but because we will never again sow division"
Layla Kingston
Layla Kingston:
Am so honored to be able to hear this thank you sister for your elegance and those precious words
Spyder
Spyder:
Dont say "we need more people like her" ...
Say "I need to be like her" ...
Joy Thomson
Joy Thomson:
Wow. Cannot watch or listen to this just once. Exquisite! 🌺💗
Brit Gou
Brit Gou:
Greetings from Belgium!
I will never forget this special day and Amanda 's poëm that touched me profondly.
God bless you all! 💖
Maraleih Monokuma
Maraleih Monokuma:
This is amazing! I love how she includes Hamilton!! I’m going to learn the poem❤️
Tamara Wuyep
Tamara Wuyep:
This gave me chills 👏👏👏 Had to watch it again!
Luis Medrano
Luis Medrano:
“a nation, that isn’t broken, but simply unfinished.” damn
BigBeauf _____
BigBeauf _____:
The most beautiful poem I have ever heard. Just amazing, almost brings me to tears, 💧.
common man
common man:
Be brave enough to see the light, be brave enough to be it!! Gave me the chills! 🥶
abby
abby:
subtitles be like: hahshduwna heee uojjjj cee gee dat wat jaggle hum age de do
Jiggs Klein
Jiggs Klein:
Just wow! So inspiring and so needed. You spoke what is in so many of our hearts. Bless you young lady. I felt that in my soul 🙏🏼💜
Annakonda
Annakonda:
„...where a skinny black girl, descended from slaves, raised by a single mother can dream of becoming president“
I‘m looking forward to her Inauguration! :)
Research Professional
Research Professional:
I love you little sister, you are powerful and brilliant. A light for the world to behold. Stay strong, grow stronger in God’s name. Yes to you.
Alfredo Zertuche
Alfredo Zertuche:
Coming together is a beginning, keeping together is progress, working together is success- John F. Kennedy

Well done Amanda 🙌
Chaz K
Chaz K:
A wonderful reminder of the power of poetry. In an age where we have a thousand ways to communicate, simply standing in front of people and reciting words you've crafted is still the most potent.
November Sky
November Sky:
wow an awesome poet i ve ever come across :: ) thanks Amanda.
Matthew A. Gilbert
Matthew A. Gilbert:
“The Hill We Climb”
Amanda Gorman

When day comes we ask ourselves, where can we find light in this never-ending shade? The loss we carry, a sea we must wade. We’ve braved the belly of the beast, we’ve learned that quiet isn’t always peace and the norms and notions of what just is, isn’t always justice. And yet the dawn is ours before we knew it, somehow we do it, somehow we’ve weathered and witnessed a nation that isn’t broken but simply unfinished.

We, the successors of a country and a time where a skinny black girl descended from slaves and raised by a single mother can dream of becoming president only to find herself reciting for one. And, yes, we are far from polished, far from pristine, but that doesn’t mean we are striving to form a union that is perfect, we are striving to forge a union with purpose, to compose a country committed to all cultures, colors, characters and conditions of man.

So we lift our gazes not to what stands between us, but what stands before us. We close the divide because we know to put our future first, we must first put our differences aside. We lay down our arms so we can reach out our arms to one another, we seek harm to none and harmony for all.

Let the globe, if nothing else, say this is true: that even as we grieved, we grew, even as we hurt, we hoped, that even as we tired, we tried, that we’ll forever be tied together victorious, not because we will never again know defeat but because we will never again sow division.

Scripture tells us to envision that everyone shall sit under their own vine and fig tree and no one should make them afraid. If we’re to live up to our own time, then victory won’t lie in the blade, but in in all of the bridges we’ve made.

That is the promise to glade, the hill we climb if only we dare it because being American is more than a pride we inherit, it’s the past we step into and how we repair it. We’ve seen a force that would shatter our nation rather than share it. That would destroy our country if it meant delaying democracy, and this effort very nearly succeeded. But while democracy can periodically be delayed, but it can never be permanently defeated.

In this truth, in this faith, we trust, for while we have our eyes on the future, history has its eyes on us, this is the era of just redemption we feared in its inception we did not feel prepared to be the heirs of such a terrifying hour but within it we found the power to author a new chapter, to offer hope and laughter to ourselves, so while once we asked how can we possibly prevail over catastrophe, now we assert how could catastrophe possibly prevail over us.

We will not march back to what was but move to what shall be, a country that is bruised but whole, benevolent but bold, fierce and free, we will not be turned around or interrupted by intimidation because we know our inaction and inertia will be the inheritance of the next generation, our blunders become their burden. But one thing is certain: if we merge mercy with might and might with right, then love becomes our legacy and change our children’s birthright.

So let us leave behind a country better than the one we were left, with every breath from my bronze, pounded chest, we will raise this wounded world into a wondrous one, we will rise from the golden hills of the West, we will rise from the windswept Northeast where our forefathers first realized revolution, we will rise from the lake-rimmed cities of the Midwestern states, we will rise from the sunbaked South, we will rebuild, reconcile, and recover in every known nook of our nation in every corner called our country our people diverse and beautiful will emerge battered and beautiful, when the day comes we step out of the shade aflame and unafraid, the new dawn blooms as we free it, for there is always light if only we’re brave enough to see it, if only we’re brave enough to be it.
katie espino
katie espino:
Words are more powerful than actions. Love it.
...AlwaysMoore
...AlwaysMoore:
Beautiful , Poignant and OH SO FITTING~
Xyz Abc
Xyz Abc:
This women really talented with expression I loved it and the poem which she made mind blowing!
TeslaX On The Road
TeslaX On The Road:
What beautiful prose and poetry! America, we're rooting for you
Zolar Czakl
Zolar Czakl:
Miss Gorman had a speech impediment as a younger child and took to writing her words on paper to express herself. Later, she realized her words needed to to be brought to life and gathered the courage to speak her words, learning to overcome her speech impediment, and that is what brought her to where she stood yesterday. A brave and so eloquent young woman who is planning to run for president in 2036. Even if she doesn't reach that lofty goal, I admire her for having a plan and working towards it. She is beautiful. She is America.
Robin Joseph
Robin Joseph:
Talented ..... Crown of literature is on you 💗
ForeverrJadaa
ForeverrJadaa:
This was phenomenal! ✨🌙🦋
dethkon
dethkon:
Too flowery IMO. I came back here because it’s only been 4 days and I’d already forgotten what the poem was about (which is really a bad sign for a poem, although I really did enjoy listening to her recite it at the time).

I’m not hating, good cadence and effective delivery makes it pleasing to my ear, but I still can’t exactly figure out what she’s trying to say.

Like, I can tell exactly what Kipling’s “If” is about (Stoic life advice being passed down), I can tell you exactly what “The Hollow Men” is about (The cataclysmic horror of WW1 and Imperialism), I can tell you exactly what “A dream deferred” is about (the righteous “explosion” of fury by freed African-American slaves by promises broken to them), and I can’t even recite most of the words to them.

I guess I’m just not very literate. Can someone more literate than I please explain the message of this poem to me?
David Mansaray
David Mansaray:
Can’t stop watching and listening to this. I have watched it for over 50 times. You nailed it! You spoke to the world on that day, not just Americans...
Steven Kellow
Steven Kellow:
Full transcript:

When day comes we ask ourselves,
where can we find light in this never-ending shade?
The loss we carry,
a sea we must wade
We've braved the belly of the beast
We've learned that quiet isn't always peace
And the norms and notions
of what just is
Isn’t always just-ice
And yet the dawn is ours
before we knew it
Somehow we do it
Somehow we've weathered and witnessed
a nation that isn’t broken
but simply unfinished
We the successors of a country and a time
Where a skinny Black girl
descended from slaves and raised by a single mother
can dream of becoming president
only to find herself reciting for one
And yes we are far from polished
far from pristine
but that doesn’t mean we are
striving to form a union that is perfect
We are striving to forge a union with purpose
To compose a country committed to all cultures, colors, characters and
conditions of man
And so we lift our gazes not to what stands between us
but what stands before us
We close the divide because we know, to put our future first,
we must first put our differences aside
We lay down our arms
so we can reach out our arms
to one another
We seek harm to none and harmony for all
Let the globe, if nothing else, say this is true:
That even as we grieved, we grew
That even as we hurt, we hoped
That even as we tired, we tried
That we’ll forever be tied together, victorious
Not because we will never again know defeat
but because we will never again sow division
Scripture tells us to envision
that everyone shall sit under their own vine and fig tree
And no one shall make them afraid
If we’re to live up to our own time
Then victory won’t lie in the blade
But in all the bridges we’ve made
That is the promise to glade
The hill we climb
If only we dare
It's because being American is more than a pride we inherit,
it’s the past we step into
and how we repair it
We’ve seen a force that would shatter our nation
rather than share it
Would destroy our country if it meant delaying democracy
And this effort very nearly succeeded
But while democracy can be periodically delayed
it can never be permanently defeated
In this truth
in this faith we trust
For while we have our eyes on the future
history has its eyes on us
This is the era of just redemption
We feared at its inception
We did not feel prepared to be the heirs
of such a terrifying hour
but within it we found the power
to author a new chapter
To offer hope and laughter to ourselves
So while we once we asked,
how could we possibly prevail over catastrophe?
Now we assert
How could catastrophe possibly prevail over us?
We will not march back to what was
but move to what shall be
A country that is bruised but whole,
benevolent but bold,
fierce and free
We will not be turned around
or interrupted by intimidation
because we know our inaction and inertia
will be the inheritance of the next generation
Our blunders become their burdens
But one thing is certain:
If we merge mercy with might,
and might with right,
then love becomes our legacy
and change our children’s birthright
So let us leave behind a country
better than the one we were left with
Every breath from my bronze-pounded chest,
we will raise this wounded world into a wondrous one
We will rise from the gold-limbed hills of the west,
we will rise from the windswept northeast
where our forefathers first realized revolution
We will rise from the lake-rimmed cities of the midwestern states,
we will rise from the sunbaked south
We will rebuild, reconcile and recover
and every known nook of our nation and
every corner called our country,
our people diverse and beautiful will emerge,
battered and beautiful
When day comes we step out of the shade,
aflame and unafraid
The new dawn blooms as we free it
For there is always light,
if only we’re brave enough to see it
If only we’re brave enough to be it
Aspect
Aspect:
Thanks, now I need to make an essay about this
Cornish Camper
Cornish Camper:
A very special person
you are,Amanda Gorman incredible speech performed so beautifully.
Milton Lourenco Cardoso
Milton Lourenco Cardoso:
It’s just comforting to know new born spirits start incarnating with the direct message—/LIGHT- We are the light , do not ever never forget to shine in order for all humanity shine.Thanks Amanda🌞🌍🌹
Argonaut121
Argonaut121:
I've watched this a bunch of times over the past couple months. Any time I need to be uplifted. My beloved aunt just died of Covid. Thank you Amanda, once again, for helping us endure.
Gideon
Gideon:
"For there is always light if only we're brave enough to see it; if only we're brave enough to be it"
vliduu zeeb
vliduu zeeb:
aflame and unafraid The new dawn blooms as we free it For there is always light, if only we’re brave enough to see it If only we’re brave enough to be it
BigAssLizard
BigAssLizard:
I have read and listened to this so many times, I truly cannot get enough of it. Amanda has created such a beautiful and powerful poem, what a remarkable woman 🤩
Sbstn Brmm
Sbstn Brmm:
Tears in my eyes. Make America great again Armanda :-)
Seng Chhuon
Seng Chhuon:
Wow gifted young poet...unbelievable....thank you for sharing....peace!!
Regina Bradley
Regina Bradley:
"While democracy can be periodically delayed, it can not be permanently defeated" Thank God and Amen.
ljanki 7
ljanki 7:
I have an homework assignment on this and it's late 😞
Libby Ringo
Libby Ringo:
This girl. As an old person, I celebrate a young person's need to not only be understood as a philosophical young person, but also her recognition of lives and generations before her in a poem/speech/big deal moment. She can't exactly understand all the decades before and after her, but she helps "us" to at least, *look* at *it*. A gift. I hope she goes away to another country and hunkers down for a while.
Mariana Osorio-Calle
Mariana Osorio-Calle:
This video is amazing and inspiring for right now and what is happening around the world.
Albert Ismail
Albert Ismail:
love from malaysia!
Cheryl Winkelman
Cheryl Winkelman:
A young Maya Angelou, this young lady has quite a future before her.
Blessing Sungai
Blessing Sungai:
I do not wish to worry for her, but for some unknown reason, I do ... And that pains me, but then again, that is just MY fear showing, nothing to do with her ...
Eva Youngblood-Bisbee
Eva Youngblood-Bisbee:
I love this speech. She could be reading the dictonary to me and I would listen, while my parents over here can't make me listen to the simplest of things. (and I don't pay attention to anything I don't want to hear)

Also I feel like I want to do somthing hilarious. I'm not making fun of how she talks but put english captions on at 0:10 XD
(and keep them on!)
George
George:
This was incredible. Loved it.
yomi o.
yomi o.:
Beyond the lecture halls and statutory publications, a power of spoken words and articulate writing skill is a “Poet” on a platform to influence a nation. A fired-up poet is something.
Ryan
Ryan:
She shines brightly in a mostly toxic environment. Hopefully her words will not fade into background while the nation festers in the forgotten and downtrodden.
Marko Matilainen
Marko Matilainen:
Miss Gorman, YES! What a stunning woman! What a performance! Those words, big, bold, brave, handed to the world by this confident, talented woman is a hope of a better world in itself!
I say bravo and applaud you Miss Gorman, you are going to be great, wrong, you ARE great, and you will be remembered!