Poetry Revival… Can the powerful words of Amanda Gorman bring back an appreciation of the spoken word?

Amanda Gorman live on @NBCNews reciting the poem, “The Hill We Climb” photo credit elana.rabinowitz

The scatting rhythm, near-perfect cadence, and power of the words that came out of the mouth of 22-year-old Amanda Gorman on Inauguration Day — may have just changed the world. But how? The art of the Spoken word has been around for decades, why are we able to embrace it now?

Writer. Teacher. Punster. Born & Bred Brooklynite. https://elanarabinowitz.weebly.com Words in @TheStartup @PSILoveYou @Publishous. Twitter @ElanaRabinowitz

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Writer. Teacher. Punster. Born & Bred Brooklynite. https://elanarabinowitz.weebly.com Words in @TheStartup @PSILoveYou @Publishous. Twitter @ElanaRabinowitz

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