The analysis of the poem “The Hill We Climb” by Amanda Gorman shows that it follows a linear composition. The poem recalls the past, discusses the present, and provides an optimistic view of the future. 

In the context of the poem, the speaker is both an individual, as well as a representative of black people living in America as well as of Americans in general. The poem is written in the first person plural, with the poet both addressing, as well as speaking on behalf of her people.

The setting of the poem is the United States of America, and the poem focuses on the past, the present, and the future of the country. The speaker offers an optimistic outlook on the future of the United States, claiming that its society is constantly improving and will continue to improve as long as people stand together.

The language of the poem is solemn, but also emphatic. The message is expressed with the use of metaphorical language, repetitions, enumerations, and other poetic devices. 

You can read a full analysis of the poem in the following sections.