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Lincoln's Childhood Home

Abraham Lincoln, the sixteenth President of the United States, lived as a boy in Kentucky from 1809-1816. I visited his Kentucky home one year ago today. Here is a poem Lincoln wrote about his childhood home.

My Childhood's Home
by Abraham Lincoln

My childhood home I see again,
And sadden with the view;
And still, as memory crowds my brain,
There's pleasure in it too.

O Memory! thou midway world
'Twixt earth and paradise,
Where things decayed and loved ones lost
In dreamy shadows rise,

And, freed from all that's earthly vile,
Seem hallowed, pure, and bright,
Like scenes in some enchanted isle
All bathed in liquid light.

As dusky mountains please the eye
When twilight chases day;
As bugle-notes that, passing by,
In distance die away;

As leaving some grand waterfall,
We, lingering, list its roar-
So memory will hallow all
We've known, but know no more.

Near twenty years have passed away
Since here I bid farewell
To woods and fields, and scenes of play,
And playmates …

Aletheia: Wonderful Magazine for Christian Teens

At Aletheia, we believe that creativity is sacramental. That's why we're happy to announce the release ofIssue 6of our unique magazine for Christian teens.

Issue 6 contains two great interviews: Concept Artist, John Dickenson and Portrait Photographer, Molly Sabourin. Plus great stories, articles, and more!
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Best Regards, Nick Muzekari Publisher / Editor Aletheia Magazine Literary & Art Publication for Christian Teens Creativity is Sacramental

Some of my students have been published in this magazine.  Send your very best work!