All I can find are excerpts. I am sure it will be published now that she's read it publicly.
"The Hill We Climb" reads, in part:
We've seen a force that would shatter our nation rather than share it,
Would destroy our country if it meant delaying democracy.
And this effort very nearly succeeded.
But while democracy can be periodically delayed,
It can never be permanently defeated.
In this truth, in this faith, we trust.
For while we have our eyes on the future,
history has its eyes on us.
[ . . . ]
It was a very astute and poem excellently read. Her composure and passion in delivery was palpable.
I look forward to critiquing the entire thing!
And at her age, I would have bumbled the whole reading and fainted before finishing.