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Amanda Gorman is an American poet and activist from Los Angeles, California. Gorman's work focuses on issues of oppression, feminism, race, and marginalization, as well as the African diaspora. Gorman is the first person to be named National Youth Poet Laureate. Her poem “The Hill We Climb" was recited at the Joe Biden’s 2021 US presidential inauguration.

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List of poems by Amanda Gorman 4 total

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The Hill We Climb
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The Miracle of Morning
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New Day's Lyric
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There’s No Power Like Home
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  • dougb.19255
    “New Day’s Lyric” seems to me to be a masterpiece of insight and encouragement, Amanda. Thanks…Wayne Blair…so many of today’s poets are naysayers. But not you, dear Friend. Read psalm 121.
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  • craigf.31816
    Not often in one’s lifetime a Amanda flashes by so let us pause if only for a moment .
    Craig W Flowers .
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