“Nothing Gold Can Stay”: subsides, sank, goes down. write about the lines in which they appear. What is the gold in each?
Robert Frost, “Nothing Gold Can Stay”
- RogerLv 71 month ago
• Subsides: the golden leaves of spring become green, a darker, less fiery color. as if fire had been put out. • "Eden" was the golden age, the age of perfection, when all were happy; when Eden was lost, grief came into the world • "Goes down": the yellow, golden dawn becomes the ordinary day, a diminishment or "going down."
- Anonymous1 month ago
We're not doing your assignment for you. Come on, it's a poem. You can read it in minutes.