Dylan Thomas. “ Do Not Go Gentle Into that Goodnight ”. 1951. Historical/Social Background. the poem is written for his dying father in 1951. author tries to convince his father to fight against imminent death it indicative of prevailing ideologies of the time
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“Do Not Go Gentle Into that Goodnight”
As I face towards the sky,
A new perspective.
When spent well without regrets.
Live your life with pride.
It is me who defends you without a doubt
It is me who tries for you
It is me who has to do whatever I have to do
No I won't give up
No I won't stop
Into the dark where no one else sees
I hide so you don't see me flee
That is something you'll never find out aboout me
Never lose hope.
Aways have faith,
It allows you to cope.
Trying times will pass,
As they always do.
Just have patience,
Your dreams will come true.
So put on smile,
You'll live through.
Know it will pass,
And strenght you will gain.