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Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night by Dylan Thomas Lots of men and women get into the end of their own lives and only then do they realize what they've missed. They realize that there is something that they just did not do in life and they try to do that thing before life's end. The poem, 'Do Not Go Gentle into That Fantastic Night' by Dylan Thomas, is located about five individuals. There is a wise guy, a good man, a crazy man, a grave man, and a father. For some reason, many others more obvious than those before them, they have attained life's conclusion. They're just about to pass on into another lifenonetheless, before they could pass on they each have some matter or loss in life that they must fix. The first example in poem is the wise man. Wisdom is often related to maturity and age. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, the term wisdom means "the accumulated philosophic or scientific learning, the ability to discern inner qualities and relationships". It also means "good awareness, generally accepted belief, a smart attitude or course of action and the teachings of this ancient wise men". If that is true then what does one so keen, so aware of how living things must cease to reside, have to repair? Dylan Thomas appears to be telling us that wise men fear they haven't given their knowledge to others appropriately. It seems that wise guys worry that all of the wisdom they have accumulated over the many years of their existence was of no matter. Thomas comes with an eloquent way of phrasing things, ? Though wise men at their end know dark is right Because their words had forked no lightning they don't go gentle into that good night? (Thomas ll. 1-6). To reiterate my point Thomas used the term of forked lightning that represents the wise men's words. Lightn...