*poem analysis [nothing gold can stay] - Created by Heather...

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Created by Heather Marshall Remixed by Kevin Feramisco Poetry Analysis Nothing Gold Can Stay by Robert Frost Consider the title of the poem carefully. What does it tell you about the poem's subject, tone, and genre? Record your thoughts about the poem’s title below. The poem is most likely about how good things won’t be there forever. It’s by Robert Frost which makes me believe it’s more a wise type poem about nature and about our lives as they go on. Nothing Gold Can Stay By Robert Frost Nature’s first green is gold, Her hardest hue to hold. Her early leaf’s a flower; But only so an hour. Then leaf subsides to leaf. So Eden sank to grief, So dawn goes down to day. Nothing gold can stay. 1st Read: What are your initial thoughts of the poem? Record your “first read” responses here:
Created by Heather Marshall Remixed by Kevin Feramisco What questions do you have? What is unclear? - My initial thoughts are that I don’t really understand the poem at all. - My main question is what it means when it says. “Nature’s first green is gold.” - The unclear thing is how the Garden of Eden comes to play into this.

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