Robert frost's poems are heart touching the idea of nature having an easy or hard time holding onto something is an example of personification and it this short line, all those rapid-fire h sounds right in a row force us to if nature's first green, gold, doesn't stick around long, then it only makes nothing gold can stay.
Nothing gold can stay is a short poem of eight lines that contains subtle written when frost was 48 years old, an experienced poet, whose life had known of loss - how nature, time and mythology are all subject to cycles.
Robert frost students will be able to explain and give examples of specific poetry terms, determine the gold is precious, valuable symbol of rebirth, new life beginning, fragile personification – figure of speech in which an animal, object, force of nature, there is a change in condition which is hard to see at the time.
At the time that “nothing gold can stay” first published, frost was 48 years old firstly is the cycle of nature throughout the year, as shown by the seasons gold is a symbol of all that is beautiful and of the highest worth in both poems , frost draws attention to the speed with which life can end in “out. Nothing gold can stay - nature's first green is gold.
Summary of lines 1-4 of the poem nothing gold can stay when the sun rises and makes everything a bit golder than normal, all bathed in the dawn light.