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Nothing Gold Can Stay

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Lauren Dunne

on 28 January 2013

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Transcript of Nothing Gold Can Stay

By Robert Frost Nothing Gold Can Stay Nothing Gold Can Stay
By Robert Frost The Journey of Field Hockey State Semi-Finalists Division Champions County Champions Long Island Champions We set our goal to make it to states from the beginning and we pushed ourselves to have an undefeated season and to reach our goal. Going to states was the most amazing experience of my life and it made my senior year the most memorable year. States did have to come to a sad end though because we worked so hard to make it all the way to states and we lost the first round. You shouldn't take anything for granted because anything can happen at any point in your life. I related breaking bad to how when you're a child you are still innocent but the innocence does not stay forever and can be corrupted by the people around you. Miller Place Field Hockey Nothing Gold Can Stay explains that everything valued in life may come to an end and focuses on the loss of innocence. Lines 1 and 2 "Nature's first green is gold"
"Her hardest hue to hold" Robert Frost uses alliteration in these first two lines
to emphasize how something that is so pure
can't stay forever. Lines 2 and 3 "Her early leaf's a flower"
"But only so an hour" In these two lines, he utilizes personification to refer to nature as a female and to connect with the idea of "mother nature". He also uses assonance to explain how the beauty of a flower compares to the innocence of youth and how no one is a child forever. Lines 3 and 4 "Then leaf subsides to leaf"
"So Eden sank to grief" These lines allude to the Garden of Eden and how it was soiled because eve was unable to resist temptation of eating the fruit. Lines 5 and 6 "So dawn goes down to day"
"Nothing gold can stay" These two lines explain that the day has to come to and end and all good things come to and end eventually so you shouldn't take anything for granted because there might not be a tomorrow. A cerebral arteriovenous malformation is an
abnormal connection between the arteries
and veins in the brain that usually
forms before birth.
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