Text of the opening poem: Read Amanda Gorman’s poem “The Hill We Climb”

We challenged the belly of the beast

We’ve learned that calm isn’t always peace

, Rules and concepts

What is it only

It’s not always just ice

However, dawn is ours

Before we know it

Somehow we do

Somehow he escaped and witnessed

A nation not broken

But simply incomplete

We are the successors of the homeland and time

Where is a skinny black girl

Descended from slaves and raised by a single mother

He could dream of becoming a president

Only to find herself reciting one

And yes we are far from polished

Far from the firstborn

But this does not mean that we are

Striving to form a full union

We strive to establish a meaningful union

To form a nation committed to all cultures, colors, personalities and

Human conditions

Therefore, we raise our eyes not to what stands between us

But what stands before us

We are closing the gap because we know, to put our future first,

We must first put our differences aside

We lay down our arms

So we can extend our arms

for each other

We seek harm to anyone, and harmony for all

Let the scientist, if nothing else, say it right:

Even when we were grieving, we got old

That even as we were hurt, we hoped

Even when we were tired, we tried

That we will forever be victorious together

Not that we will never know defeat again

But because we will never cultivate division again

The Bible tells us to imagine

That everyone sit under their vineyards and their families

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And no one is afraid of them

If we want to live up to our own time

Then victory will not lie in the blade

But in all the bridges we’ve made

This is the promise of joy

The hill we climb

If only we would dare

Because being an American is more than a pride we inherit,

It is the past that we enter into

And how do we fix it

We saw a force that would destroy our nation

Rather than share it

It would destroy our country if that meant delaying democracy

This effort almost succeeded

But while democracy can be delayed periodically

It cannot be defeated permanently

In this fact

In this belief we trust

Because while we have our eyes on the future

History has our eyes on us

This is the era of just salvation

We were afraid at the beginning

We did not feel ready to be heirs

In such a terrifying hour

But inside it we found the power

To compose a new chapter

To offer hope and laughter to ourselves

So while we asked once,

How can we cope with a disaster?

Now we confirm

How can disaster prevail over us?

We will not return to what it was

But go as it should be

A wounded but perfect country,

Gracious but bold,

Fierce and free

We will not turn around

Or stop being bullied

Because we know our inaction and our inertia

It will be the inheritance of the next generation

Our critical mistakes become burdens on them

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But one thing is for sure:

If we combine compassion with strength,

And maybe with the right,

Then love becomes our legacy

And changing the right of birth for our children

Let us leave behind a country

Better than the one we left

Every breath of my bronze bombardment chest,

We will raise this wounded world to a wondrous world

We shall rise from the hills of the West with golden ends,

We will rise from the northeast wind

Where our ancestors first achieved the revolution

We will rise from the lakeside cities of the Midwestern states,

We will rise from the sunny south

We will rebuild, reconcile and recover

Every corner of our nation is known

Every corner is called our country,

Our diverse and beautiful people will appear,

Dashing and beautiful

When day comes, we come out of the shade

Flamed and not afraid

The new dawn blossoms as we liberate it

Because there is always light

Only if we were brave enough to see him

Only if we were brave enough to be

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