Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States, was also a lawyer and writer. He wrote poetry as a young man, sending verses to friends by letter. One such poem he wrote when Lee invaded the North during the Civil War. The poem most commonly associated with his name is ‘The Suicide Soliloquy,’ an unsigned poem attributed to him. It appeared in the Sangamo Journal in 1838. 

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