Which lines from the excerpt are refrains? check all that apply. do not go gentle into that good night, old age should rave and burn at end of day; rage, rage against the dying of the light. though wise men at the end know dark is right, because their words had forked no lightning they


The lines that stand out are:

“Don’t go easy on that good night,”

“Rage, rage against the dying light.”

“Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night” is a villanelle in which the poet confronts his father about how he should die. Dylan Thomas advised his father on how he needed to die. The poet also gives an insight into the characterization of those who face death and were angry. He uses metaphors and images to explain life and death.

Abstinence is a line or phrase in the poem that is repeated in the poem at the end of each verse. The above lines are repeated in the poem as an alternative.