Dylan Thomas was a 20th century Welsh poet, known for his works, ‘Under the Milk’, “Do not go gentle into that good night” and “And death shall have no dominion”. His literary career began to unfurl in 1933, when ‘The New English Weekly’, published his first poem in London. Dylan went to London to chase his dream of becoming an acclaimed writer. He also worked for short periods with the British Council and BBC. His book ‘Death and Entrances’ depicted the plight of the people during and post war. He grew famous in America and connected to the people via radio shows. Though he shot to fame with his sayings, writings and quotes his drinking habit and inconsistent behavior intensified, pushing his body to its limits. However in his small lifespan, Dylan became a legend, and his thoughts and quotes are still relevant and motivate many!