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Sam Ragan

Poet and writer whose best-known functions include Hearing the Blowing wind (1995) and Poetry beneath the Celebrities (1979). He was called the NEW YORK Poet Laureate forever in 1982. He went to Barton University in NEW YORK and subsequently worked well for a short time like a reporter for the San Antonio Evening Information. Later, he worked well in the editorial division from the Raleigh Information & Observer in his indigenous NEW YORK. Composer Elena Ruehr centered a 2005 musical function, “Exodus,” on four of Ragan’s poems. He was created in Berea, NEW YORK to William Ragan and Emma Long Ragan. He wed Marjorie Usher in 1939. He adored the work from the renowned Czech existentialist writer, Franz Kafka.

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