Robert Frost's Nothing Gold Can Stay

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THe fist sentence is Robert Frost's poem "Nothing Gold Can Stay", is a rough depictiion on the premise of life. Green, the color of many plants, algae, and some animal, in this story means Nature's first creation of life. From single-celled organisms to multi cellular advanced lifeforms--life, is her hardest hue to hold. Mother Earth, whose very creation kills her with pollution and violence--life. The color Green is represented as the color of Gold because it was her most amazing accomplishment. But, her hardest accomplishment is to hold her brightest color because it is killing her from the inside. Like smoking tobaccodecreases the lifespan of most human beings, slowing down their most vital processes to a deadly level; the pollution her
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