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Analysis and comments on Nothing Gold Can Stay by Robert Frost

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Comment 97 of 757, added on March 8th, 2005 at 6:27 AM.

this poem tells us to cherish our life

johnathan from Singapore
Comment 96 of 757, added on March 8th, 2005 at 6:18 AM.

i think that this poem is good as it describes how nothing good can last. i
like it because it conveys the message well and the ddescription used is
extremely good. it was kind of difficult to understand at first but when i
read into it and try to make sense out of it, it is quite touching and

xinyun 2e3(6) from Singapore
Comment 95 of 757, added on March 7th, 2005 at 5:47 PM.

This poem is quite dilightful i think mister Frost is right nothing as
beautiful as nature ever stays take the rain forest for example people want
to cut it down.So nothing that great can really stay forever

Taylor H. from United States
Comment 94 of 757, added on March 7th, 2005 at 4:00 PM.

i find that this poem is lovely and real. lovely because nature is
described so beautifully like when the sun rays shine on the grass or
leaves are so beautiful like the flower itself.

real because it described the scene whereby sun rays first set touch on
spring's first leaf vividly. it is truly a very touching sight. i could
almost see the scene itself!

but this poem is a bit of negative, in the case where it says 'Nothing gold
can stay'. it emphasizes how beautiful the scene is, but yet in the end it
says that everything will come to an end very quickly. the end stands in
contrast by the vivid and lovely descriptions of the scene.

but that was what makes the poem realistic. i like the poem. it has
feelings and emotions in it.

siang ling from Singapore
Comment 93 of 757, added on March 7th, 2005 at 7:52 AM.

i feel that this poem potrays the innoncence of man that doesnt last long.
i like it very much. duh

qing ting. 2e3 . 13 from Singapore
Comment 92 of 757, added on March 7th, 2005 at 6:59 AM.

This poem is found in The Outsiders and i enjoy it very much when we went
through it in the class, we go through it very throughly and i totally find
it meaningful and agreeable. Nothing good can stay can stay, like in the
case of everyone will eventually die. I find it very interesting and really
enjoy it very much.

Huang LingLing (8) 2E6 from Singapore
Comment 91 of 757, added on March 7th, 2005 at 6:40 AM.

It is a nice poem and.It reminds me of how all good things to not last
long, all good things would need to go away.This poem is very "real" as it
reflects our real life.It is also very touching to read it

kaijia 2e3(23)
Comment 90 of 757, added on March 7th, 2005 at 6:36 AM.

oh my godd!!!!!! dis poem is so touching!! :'( :'(
anyway i think this poem is SIMPLY GREAT, ISNT IT? O.O
yeah nothing gold can stay... it's simply sad that e innocence of a child
is slowly fading as time pass loh.. but then still everyone HAS to grow up,
gain more knowledge, and dot their best! (for my case, of course, to pass
all my tests!!)

Joanna 20 zhss 2e3 from Singapore
Comment 89 of 757, added on March 7th, 2005 at 6:25 AM.

i didnt get wad it meant when i first saw it but after our lit teacher mrs
lum explained in details, i finally understood it. the way the poet phrases
his poem made me appreciate it, its just deep.. u gotta go deeeeeep into
the poem to understand it. so i figured it takes alot to write these kind
of poems. robert frost, i salute you. =)

Sherry (21), zhonghua 2e3 from Singapore
Comment 88 of 757, added on March 7th, 2005 at 6:11 AM.

I came across this peom when i was reading THE OUTSIDERS during lit
lesson...I think it is about our life... although it is writen like
describing the nature.... nothing good can really stay put in our life fro
very long.... not all part of our life we will be happy and satisfy... we
will always lost the good thing in our life after some time... I also
agreed with my teacher that this poem tells us about the innocence in
people will dies of.... normally children have innocence in them... which
people says tian zhen in mandrin... however this will not last long... it
will soon end when they enter this world and gain more knowlegde...if
someone were to appreciate little things in their like sunset and
sunrest...we could see many things that are beautiful and unique...
everyday's sunset and sunrise will be different but will always stay

Felicia Heng... 2e3... zhss from Singapore

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Poet: Robert Frost
Poem: 21. Nothing Gold Can Stay
Volume: New Hampshire
Year: 1923
Added: Feb 1 2004
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Poem of the Day: Mar 12 2004

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