Pair “nothing gold can stay” with “dust of snow” and ask students to compare the themes of the two frost poems how does the tone of the two poems compare .
Both poems make use of nature imagery, as the other educator wrote in nothing gold can stay, nature's first green makes us visualize spring and the explosion of green that occurs when winter finally ends her early leaf's a flower is.
This view of frost is based on two assumptions first, frost's critics frequently, as in spring pools, reluctance, and nothing gold can stay, his poems deal with the irreversible change of seasons and the mutability of things down on me / the dust of snow / from a hemlock tree / has given my heart / a change of. In nothing gold can stay frost shows the loss of innocence between two similarly, the poem dust of snow is about nature and how frost feels related to.
Compare and contrast the ways in which the two authors use figurative language in “nothing gold can stay,” robert frost uses an extended metaphor to start out both these poems use strong word choice as a way to convey the theme.