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amen and amen (see? I can rhyme too!) (I go on the assumption that a word can rhyme with itself.)


I found the delivery of the inaugural poem stiff and stilted beyond comfort. When I read the full text later, I found it much more interesting and insightful. But Mrs. Alexander's recital left me cold.


Alex, It was indeed short on emotional color-- especially when you listen to it next to Angelou's, whose voice has a richer timbre. I like what Alexander tried to do. I don't know that she exactly succeeded, but I am thrilled she did it.

Kell, you're a poet and know it!

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