Childhood In Robert Frost's Nothing Gold Could Stay

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Nothing Gold Could Stay by Robert Frost is a poem about how valuable childhood is. This poem describes turning from childhood to adulthood and how youth is special and precious because of how it ends so quickly. The four lines of the poem represent childhood and the values of it. In the first line, “Nature’s first green is gold”, green means fresh, new and little experience, which refers to childhood, and gold means incredible, special, significant and valuable, so this line states childhood is amazing and precious. In the second line of the poem, “Her hardest hue to hold”, “her” means nature and how in nature, green appears and passes quickly, like childhood. This representing how fast childhood ends. The next lines poem, “Her early leaf’s
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