4 March 2016

Spoken Word Poetry by Norwegian Slam Poet Sarah Ramin Osmundsen

Sarah Ramin Osmundsen. Photo by Jan Tore Eriksen
A performance by Norwegian slam poet Sarah Ramin Osmundsen. She gets her inspiration from Bob Marley and Martin Luther King. She uses French, English and Creole to showcase her roots through spoken word.

Even if you don’t understand Norwegian, you can still hear and feel her spoken word poem. I just picked up a few words, but for the rest it was like listing to a piece of music, in words.

Who is she

Sarah is a slam poet and a singer. She has experience as a textile developer and as an actor. She worked in the Nordic Black Theatre, Dramatikkens hus, Tekstlab, Oslo Nye teater and Det Norske Teatret. Sarah expresses her Caribbean art form through various performances, including poetry, language, stories and music. Sarah lives in Oslo, Norway and has roots from Martinique. In 2012 she won the Norwegian Championship in slam poetry.



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