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Poems To Help You Survive the Apocalypse

The world might be ending, but doesn't it do that every night?

Is the world ending?

Who's to say? The glaciers are melting, our oceans are choked with plastic, and all the billionaires are buying post-apocalyptic bunkers and making investments in Martian real estate developments.

Regardless of how bad things get, we all know that poetry will always be there to imagine how things could get worse. Without further ado, here's a collection of some of the best classic apocalyptic poems, guaranteed to provoke a few concerned DM's from your friends when you post them on your Instagram story at 2AM.

1. Fire and Ice, Robert Frost

Whether or not you first heard this poem in the opening frames of Twilight: New Moon, this poem has a strange sort of resonance. Why choose just one way the world could end?