Analysis Of Robert Frost's Nothing Gold Can Stay

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Robert Frost wrote Nothing Gold Can Stay in 1923, just five years after World War 1. His original poem contains more idea about the world ending and his political views. Frost frequently spoke out on international affairs in his sly way. In Robert Frosts Nothing Gold Can Stay the style of the poem is narrative. I think that it's narrative because it tells a story of the end of being young or becoming old. It also refers to the end of the first day of spring as the snow dissapears and is replaced by the greenest of green for a little while, until that too fades. It is a story of life. The title of the poem is Nothing Gold Can Stay. The poem was writen by Robert Frost and implies multiple possibilities. It refers to the cycle from the begining…show more content…
He also conceals why she can only hold it for an hour and why leaf subsides to leaf. In Robert Frosts Nothing Gold Can Stay the poem does not stress cultural details, behavior, dress, or speech. No the poem is not an obvious fantasy. The poem does not seem like an obvious fantasy because it is talking about nature and is about life. Since nature and life are not fantasy, then the poem is most likely not fantasy. In Robert Frosts Nothing Gold Can Stay the mood of the poem is negative because it has a sad feel to it as if you can just feel the sweet new life going away. Although the mood of the poem is negative, the author's tone is neutraul. In the poem Nothing Gold Can Stay by Robert Frost there are many themes. One of the themes is Nature, although the turning from young to old is a theme as well. In the poem Nothing Gold Can Stay the rhyme scheme is A,A,B,B in both stanzas. It is this way because the words that rhyme are; gold and hold, flower and hour, leaf and greif, and day and stay. In Nothing Gold Can Stay by Robert Frost there are lots of senses the poet uses. He uses sight to make the reader see the green and flowers and the sun rising. Then he uses smell for the reader to smell the spring scents and smell the spring
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