Robert Frost's 'Nothing Gold Can Stay'

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Holding On Thinking that everything in life will be optimal forever just is not realistic. Robert frost elaborates on that idea in his poem, “Nothing Gold Can Stay”. He tells us that we can not have everything the way we want it. The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton relates very well to Robert’s poem. It seems that once something finally goes right in Ponyboy’s life it quickly diminishes. “Nothing Gold Can Stay” is about how no one will stay the same their whole life, you will have a peek but it can not be that way forever. In the poem “Nothing Gold Can Stay” by Robert Frost, he explains that when people see or experience something for the first time they think it's amazing but then it just morphs into part of life. The first leaf is always the most appreciated by everyone. In this line of the poem Robert Frost tells us that “Her early leaf’s a flower;” (3) When the first leaf sprout it miraculous, like a flower, but for some reason, after awhile it becomes less amazing, it is just a leaf. When the new iPhone comes out it is amazing but the old one becomes less amazing or “so last year”. Even if people are not interested in iPhones they still have that one thing for example Xbox or for adults the new KitchenAid wireless mixer. Robert Frost observes that once things get good they can not…show more content…
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