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Abram Joseph Ryan CM was an American poet an active proponent of the Confederate States of America and a Roman Catholic priest He has been called the Poet-Priest of the Confederacy

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List of poems by Abram Joseph Ryan 16 total

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A "Thought-Flower"
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A Blessing
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A Child's Wish
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A Land without Ruins
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A Legend
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A Memory
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A Mystery
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A Reverie ["Did I dream of a song? or sing in a dream?"]
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A Reverie ["Those hearts of ours -- how strange! how strange!"]
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A Flower's Song
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A Laugh -- And A Moan
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Feast Of The Assumption
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Night After The Picnic
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Out Of The Depths
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The Star's Song
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Wake Me A Song
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