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Winning entries for the competition, part of the 2017 International Dylan Thomas Day celebrations

"Do not go gentle into that good night,  Old age should burn and rave at close of day; Rage, rage against the dying of the light..." Dylan Thomas

To begin, at the beginning.” ― Dylan Thomas, Under Milk Wood Welsh poet and writer Dylan Thomas was born on the 27 October

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sleepydrummer: “Dylan Thomas, 1944 Hulton Archive/Getty Images “I fellowed sleep who kissed me in the brain, Let fall the tear of time;

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Dylan Thomas with Caitlin and his mother on a beach in Gower

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Dylan Thomas with his wife Caitlin and his mother on a beach in Gower

We’ll always be young and unwise together. There is, I suppose, in the eyes of the They, a sort of sweet madness about you and me, a sort of mad bewilderment and astonishment oblivious to the Nasties and the Meanies; you’re the only person, of course, you’re the only person from here to Aldebaran and back, with who I’m free entirely; and I think it’s because you’re as innocent as me.    - letter from Dylan Thomas to Caitlin Macnamara, c.1936

We’ll always be young and unwise together. There is, I suppose, in the eyes of the They, a sort of sweet madness about you and me, a sort of mad bewilderment and astonishment oblivious to the Nasties and the Meanies; you’re the only person, of course, you’re the only person from here to Aldebaran and back, with who I’m free entirely; and I think it’s because you’re as innocent as me. - letter from Dylan Thomas to Caitlin Macnamara, c.1936

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