Nature’s first green is gold: When God first created earth it was pure Her hardest hue to hold: They where not supposed to ear the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil Her leaf’s a flower: In Gods eyes everything was as beautiful as a flower with out sin Then Leaf Subsides to leaf: Eve convinced Adam to eat the apple So Eden sank to grief: Banished from the garden and the garden is gone So dawn goes down today: a new day Nothing gold can stay: the earth has turned to sin
The values are that sin is a part of the natural process by which the cycle of fuller life is completed The author is addressing humanity as a hole, telling everyone that once you have something really good enjoy it wile you can because it will not stay good forever.
The beginning and end of fall “Nature’s first green is gold” the leafs turning gold in the fall “The Leaf subsides to leaf” The leaves are falling form the trees, end of fall
When you have something good, such as gold it will not stay good for long something will happen and it will not be good anymore or it will just be gone, “Nothing gold can stay” Nothing will stay the same forever
Green= 1 st mark of spring = Assurance of life Gold= most beautiful color Humanity
“Then Leaf subsides to leaf.” “So dawn goes down today.” “Nature’s first green I gold” “Her leaf’s a flower;” Gold Leaf
“Nature’s first green is gold.” “Her leaf’s a flower”
The diction is extremely simple. All the words are not bigger than two syllables Leaf and gold
“But only so an hour” grief “nothing gold can stay” Relationships- they will always change one way or another Life in general- life is always changing
He was born on March 26, 1874 in San Francisco. Then he died January 29, 1963. He graduated from Harvard in 1872. He has a degree in education. He married Isabelle Moodie and she was a teacher also. He wrote his first poem in 1894 called “My Butterfly”. He died during prostate surgery. In four years he lost his son daughter and wife.
Robert frost wrote “Natures green is gold” in 1923. We think that he wrote this poem relating his own life. He had it all his life was gold. Then they died, “Nothing gold can stay”. Nothing stays the same forever. Everything changes.