Poems

Do Not Go Gentle…

On February 20, 1950, poet Dylan Thomas arrived in New York City for his first United States poetry reading tour.

One of the most quoted, beloved poems I know is Dylan Thomas’ “Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night.” It’s been used in films, essays, as a teaching-poem– all of that. What I think is really awesome, though, is hearing Thomas read the poem himself.

Enjoy!

Keep well,

CMG

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