Deaths and Entrances


Deaths and Entrances is a volume of poetry by Dylan Thomas, first published in 1946. Many of the poems in this collection dealt with the effects of World War II, which had ended only a year earlier. It became the best-known of his poetry collections. Some of the poems contained in the volume have become classics, notably Fern Hill. The other poems in the collection are: The conversation of prayers A Refusal to Mourn the Death, by Fire, of a Child in London [1] Poem in October This side of the truth To Others than You Love in the Asylum Unluckily for a death The Hunchback in the Park Into her lying down head Paper and sticks Deaths and Entrances A Winter's Tale On a Wedding Anniversary There was a saviour On the Marriage of a Virgin In my craft or sullen art Ceremony After a Fire Raid Once below a time When I woke Among those Killed in the Dawn Raid was a Man aged a Hundred Lie still, sleep becalmed Vision and Prayer Ballad of the Long-legged Bait Holy Spring
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