Love each other or perish poem

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Quote by Auden: “Love each other or perish”

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"We must love one another or die" - Auden

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The famous quotations and phrases linked to each day of the year. He claimed it was an act of self defense, necessary to protect German citizens and the territorial rights of Germany. In order to put an end to this frantic activity no other means is left to me now than to meet force with force. Nobody could know at the time that it was the beginning of what would become a horrific worldwide conflict in which 60 million people would die. But many people who heard the ominous news recognized it as the start of something very bad. One of them was British author and poet W. Auden

He emphasizes that the love and care one gets from their family is exponentially valuable and important. Morrie also mentions that although friends are wonderful, they are fleeting. This is opposite from family, which Morrie claims is constant. I have so much input on this because family is so incredibly meaningful to me. With my condolences to those who are without one, I am extremely grateful for mine.

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5 thoughts on “Quote by Auden: “Love each other or perish”

  1. where can i find a copy of the the poem "Love each other or perish" by W H Auden? | Yahoo Answers

  2. Yesterday's post reflected on Philip Larkin's poem “An Arundel Tomb,” especially its haunting last lines, “What will survive of us is love.

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