In describing Welsh poet and prose writer Dylan Thomas’ 1947 poem, “Do not go gentle into that good night,” Denise Levertov wrote, “it is a rapturous ode to the unassailable tenacity of the human spirit.” Here, Randy Anagnostis and I create an interpretation for today with a few lines from Thomas’ poem.
About Greg Ormson
A human being doing yoga, motorcycling, playing music, traveling and breathing with intent. Like all of you, I'm stardust, I'm golden, I'm billion year old carbon. THAT'S ENOUGH.
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