We will soon learn that Eve had been more than lied to. Blinded by his lies this again will be Satan’s first attempt to destroy the seed line that was to lead to the birth of Jesus. “The Man Adam” had now gone against God and thus brought “The Sin”, which is death to the whole Earth including the sixth day creation “Mankind”. To really understand what happened in the Garden of Eden will be revealed in Chapter 7 “Apple or the Truth 7. And the eyes of them both were opened, and they knew that they were naked; (shame and “The Sin” had come to the 2nd Earth Age); and they sewed fig leaves together, and made themselves aprons.- Not covers for their mouth they had not eaten an “apple” as falsely taught.
This may sound a bit confusing, but once it is broken down, its quite simple. Frost uses synecdoche in line five when he says “Then leaf subsides to leaf” Earlier in the poem, Frost says that the leaves are like flowers, meaning they are not a normal leaf. Therefor his meaning behind “then leaf subsides to leaf” is that the extraordinary and beautiful leaves that he described in the beginning of the poem, are now subsiding, or transforming back to the ordinary leaf. He also uses synecdoche when he says line eight, “Nothing gold can stay”. Again earlier in the poem he compares the greens of nature to gold, “Nature’s first green is gold”.
Frost accentuates the fragility of humans and nature as they both do not last forever and cannot hold there “hue” of “gold.” Furthermore, the mention of Eden suggests a loss of innocence, as Adam and Eve’s innocence was lost in the Garden of Eden. It is conveyed that precious moments of life will pass on, only to be replaced by new ones; therefore, one should not mourn about the past but cherish the present. “Nothing Gold Can Stay” draws parallel ideas to that of the Outsiders. The poem can be described as a metaphor for the lives of Greasers, as Greasers were “first gold” possessing innocence, tenderness, and empathy. However, as
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.
The Wind Our Enemy Anne Marriott’s “The Wind our Enemy” outlines the apocalyptic models of sin and its origin from a two-phased biblical narration touching on the fall of man and redemption through Christ. Prophetic visions of the apocalypse form the foundational pillar of Christianity. The speaker discusses the intertwining relationship between prophecies and their fulfilment. The apocalyptic narrative forms the idea of the message found at the opening frame describing the Old Testament prophecies and their fulfilment in New Testament. The speaker creates an impression that denotes a sign of urgency by repeating the word “wind” through the poem.
“Nothing Gold can Stay” relies on the imagery of the natural world. In the poem Frost also states “Then leaf subsides to leaf. / So Eden sank to grief (5-6), which allows for the reader to understand that the speaker is not only talking about the blooms of a willow tree, but about human innocence and joy. Additionally, Frost uses a metaphor: "green is gold.” This takes the idea that green is the color we associate with nature and at the beginning of spring, nature is actually more gold than green. Alliteration is used by repeating the G in "green" and "gold," it adds to the connection between the two colors (6 clause).
She uses many symbols to help describe this struggle. In Their Eyes Were Watching God, the horizon is used to symbolize Janie’s future and to show Janie’s struggle to find herself. Hurston also uses the pear tree to symbolize Janie’s youth and her want for love. The pear tree is one of the first symbols that is present in the novel. Hurston uses the pear tree to symbolize Janie’s youth and her want for love.
The cycle of knowledge causing people to learn about the harsh realities of the world continues today, and causes fanciful childhood reveries to be lost. However, innocence is just one way the idea of gold can be interpreted in the poem. Something else that is gold are
In the poem written by Robert Frost, the first line states “Nature’s first green is gold”. One thing every human obtains when they are born is innocence. Nature’s first green refers to the spring season when beautiful plants start to grow, which can be linked to when children are born. Reading onto the next line “Her hardest hue to hold” alludes to innocence is hard to hold throughout hardships and mistakes throughout the arduous journey of life. Similarly,
The Stolen Innocence of Young Souls “When we are children we seldom think of the future. This innocence leaves us free to enjoy ourselves as few adults can. The day we fret about the future is the day we leave our childhood behind.” ― Patrick Rothfuss, the Name of the Wind. According to Rothfuss, the innocence of children makes them enjoy their childhood unlike few adults. Therefore, children have nothing to busy their mind with, but to enjoy the moments of their life.