Rage Rage

Anger directed at people who commit acts of road rage, rail rage, air rage, etc.
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Rage rage against the dying of the light'#CALMMATHGRAD
[c] STRANGELY, I suffer from rage rage. This is not a misprint.
When the Welsh poet Dylan Thomas wrote his poem "Do Not Go Gentle into that Good Night" he was pleading with his father to "rage rage against the dying of the light." Thomas's passionate plea to his dying father is a common sentiment for most when faced with the death of a loved one yet when Trudy Harris opens her book Glimpses of Heaven with a chapter about her own father's death her attitude toward death reminds readers of a vastly different approach.