Her early leaf's a flower, - Before you grow, you are curious about life. One of the most important messages to take from this poem is that once you recognize how fleeting and precious certain moments are, you will appreciate them even more. You obviously are bored because you typed this question in, but you could just go on youtube and look up random videos. Murphy, I think that Robert Frost is talking about the sunrise and the sunset. He lived in a small village and he was incredibly poor. I agree with the author because he probably had a super good dog , a nice wife, or a kid who may have died or been killed and they were golden while they lasted. Then leaf subsides to leaf, - Every … body is the same in this particular way.
If we think of a large space filling only 90% of a box, we know 10% is not part of the space. I agree with this message because to be honest he is right. This book relates to The Outsiders because everything that Ponyboy loved really was only there temporarily. Can be there with you forever. What ever you choose it to be. Her early leaf's a flower; but only so an hour. First, I am thankful for friends because friends can help you when you are stuck on something.
The line 'So Eden sank to grief' is an allusion, or literary reference, to the Biblical story about The Garden of Eden, a perfect paradise until Eve ate from the Tree of Knowledge. Gold, which is money based, can take years to accumulate but can be washed away in a millisecond. When power narrows the areas of man's concern, poetry reminds him of the richness and diversity of his existence. For example, I used to have a pet hamster named Rex that I loved so much, but he died after having him for 3 years. Another thing is that his friendship with Cherry ended.
Nothing, even the best things, can stay forever. Another way I can agree with his message is that the leaves of autumn only look gold for one month each year. No I do not agree with the author, he says nothing gold can stay. Maybe it was a first kiss. But only so an hour. For instance, If you have homework and you are having difficulties, your friend can help you.
Reading the poem Nothing gold can stay by Robert Frost,made me really think about what the author meant in this poem. Plants sprout, bud, grow, wither, and die. The Socs are middle class or well off, coming from strong family units and more nurturing living environments. I looked up at him. It relates to The Outsiders because Pony boy thought that lifer as a greaser with a gang that cares for you like family was rough but now being on the run is tougher. To cap it off, the poem has many great meanings throughout the Outsiders. I agree with the author because its true if you love something you cant have it forever.
Then leaf subsides to leaf. My cats are my pride, and I love my parents, as well as my sister, but I sadly know that none of them will last for eternity. This is a good example showing that you should really enjoy and take things in while they last, and never take them for granted. We recorded our findings together on the classwork sheet so that student could use it as a resource for the homework. The poem was first published in 1924. My mom lost her father when she was fifteen and my grandma was devastated but even to this day she still loves him and will never forget him. What is not nothing, no.
It's an innocent way of looking at a complicated social situation - as if beauty could bridge the social war. It's just when you get used to everything that it's day. For instance,after thinking very deeply and rereading this poem over and over, I finally came to a point of realization. Also in the book Johnny is gold to Ponyboy but he might die. Her hardest hue to hold. Dear Miss Murphy, What I think the author is trying to say is that nothing can last forever.
Look up vid … eos on youtube. Then leaf subsides to leaf. So eden sank to grief. Lastly, I need to show my gratitude towards my family because they love me very much and cares for me. Nothing Gold Can Stay By: Robert Frost 1. Instead of being all about the benjamins, this poem is more about gold as a symbol of youth and beauty.