Nothing Gold Can Stay

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Childhood Essay In the poem “Nothing Gold Can Stay” by Robert Frost, Robert Frost makes references about his childhood and how amazing his childhood memories are. Robert Frost also mentions in “Nothing Gold Can Stay” that childhood doesn’t last forever and will eventually go away. My childhood memories go without saying were more than just an experience, they are my best memories. As a child, I lived and grew up in the San Fernando Valley. I lived in a decent size brown and white house in an old fashion neighborhood, but my friend’s and most people would describe it as a pretty ghetto neighborhood. During summer my brothers, cousins, and I would always play outside constantly with newly made up games, because of our rambunctious and outdoorsman nature we constantly drove our parents crazy. I recall, we would run outside in the lawn and decide whether to play hide and seek, baseball, basketball or a game we called pachoco. Most of the time…show more content…
My childhood memories and experiences just the Garden of Eden were to paradise. My childhood experience was paradise because while being a child there are no worries, I was free to accomplish whatever I wanted and never stressed out about any problems. As a child, my friends and I would sing a very special song from a popular Disney movie called “The Lion King.” The song my friends and I would sing from the movie “The Lion King” is “Hakuna Matata” which means no worries for the rest of your days. Whenever my friends and I felt gloomy the first thought that ran our joyful and carefree minds was “Hakuna Matata” instantly after singing this amazingly motivating song our frowns turned upside down. As life flowed along my friends and I grew older we all changed and eventually went our separate ways, but still, once a year my friends and I recall our golden memories of childhood while scheming our next great
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