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My Childhood Home I See Again

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My childhood's 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,
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Ravi Chandran 25 April 2007

that is a very great thinking of yours. you are really blessed with imagination and true use of words. i really enjoyed very much. please read my poems at www.poemhunter.com/ravi-chandran i will be very greatful if you comment me \thank u keep it up.

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Michael Gale 05 October 2006

In civil war of brother against brother... There came a man in bearded face to slavery wanted erase. In times of war of mother country in history man takes his violent place... Of man's own violent ways he cannot ever face. Freedom of man is his own precise... That factual fact he must come to realize. War of man is a maddening disease... Still the fact that needs to cease. Ole Abe Lincoln fed the flames of freedom's train... Equality of woman and man should forever on our heads to fall and rain. I cannot understand no one not has commented on this poem. Oh well. This was a nice poem. God bless all poets-May they be Presidents or even civilians-MJG.

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Fabrizio Frosini 11 December 2015

the 1st part is also in the previous page.. with a different title..

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James Mclain 22 September 2015

To think his life was snuffed out by one whom'd act each day about one turn upon each day and night would come again to one so vile.. iip

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George Herquet 13 June 2014

I read an edited version of this someplace; there was nothing about Matthew, but there was a comment about the field he walked upon being a part of him; that it had formed his blood and bones.

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MAHTAB BANGALEE 20 January 2021

great poem; just nostalgic reminiscent and inspiring..

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Richard Antwi 21 June 2020

The first stanza of this poem encourages me that atleast, I have something in common with a very prominent leader. ...love it!

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Malemnganba 08 January 2018

The of the lincon

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Madhabi Banerjee 23 April 2017

I AM JUST SPELL BOUND.

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Steve Park 14 November 2016

I didn't actually realize he was a literary genius as well as a skilled politician. This man really had a way with words and a deeper understanding of ART.

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