Thoughts about "Nothing gold can stay" and paradise lost
Robert Frost's poem, "Nothing Gold Can Stay," suggests that anything in life can seem outstanding at first, but at some point will "fall" as Adam and Eve did; as the clich&eacute; goes, "what goes up, must come down." I believe in this theme that life in general can bring amazing circumstances, but nothing can stay "gold" forever. From my past experiences, Robert Frost's poem seems to explain a rule of life that shows true everywhere: things are only seemingly perfect at first, but then truth sets in.
<Tab/>In my past school years, I never had to study for any tests…
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