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Nothing Gold Can Stay Interpretation
Transcript of Nothing Gold Can Stay Interpretation
Interpretation Nothing Gold Can Stay:
Picture Nothing Gold Can Stay:
Theme I think Robert Frost is trying to say that nothing in nature can stay, as well as in life, so you have to cherish the things you have while they last. The poem is talking about how things will change. Nature is first gold, then it turns green. Leaves start out as golden flowers, but they don't last long. The golden flowers of spring will be replaced by the green leaves of summer. The beauty of gold will pass, just like the Fall of the Garden of Eden or how dawn will change to day. But although nothing gold can stay, there will always be room for us to make our lives golden.
The picture I picked represents the saying "You don't miss the water 'till the well runs dry", which means you don't realize how important something is until you lose it. The beauty of life and nature will pass away. It's not meant to stay forever. You have to embrace the beauty around you otherwise you'll miss it. MLA Works Cited "Poem 377." Muzumdarvaishali.blogspot.com.
Vaishali Muzumdar, 12 Aug. 2012. Web. 05 Mar. 2013. "You don't miss the water 'till
the well runs dry"
~Craig David Nothing Gold Can Stay By: Robert Frost Nature's first green is gold,
Her hardest hue to hold,
Her early leaf's a flower;
But only so an hour.
They leaf subsides to leaf,
So Eden sank to grief,
So dawn goes down to day,
Nothing gold can stay. Ponyboy reciting "Nothing Gold Can Stay"