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A Deadly Combination
For every two children that are born, one person dies in the world, causing this society to be very overpopulated. Poets tend to use life as a theme in many of their works; however, death is also used quite often. Three poems in particular come to mind when the theme of death comes about. "My Son, My Executioner", written by Donald Hall, uses the relationship between a father and son, showing the father that with every day he is getting closer to death. Emily Dickenson writes in "Because I Could Not Stop For Death" how it is impossible to prevent death from stopping on your doorstep, a…
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