Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night by Raven Smith
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Do not go gentle into that good- Don't give up, fight
Men are mad and upset that they are dying. Men looking back on their life wishing they did more, made a difference and settled down. The good night is death and light is being alive. Fight against dying, don't give up.
burn and Rave - Be angry inside Wise men at their end know its right- It natural to dye Rage, rage against the dying of the light- be mad and upset at dying Blind eyes could blaze like meteors and be gay- If they knew what they know now they could have been happy.
To keep fighting even though dying is the easiest way to go. The attitude is sad and distraught.
There is a shift in between each stanza. There is a big shift in the last stanza when Dylan Thomas revels what the poem is truly about.
Dont die, fight against . The urge to fight and not to take the easy way.
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