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Robert Frosts 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 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 Frosts poem seems to explain a rule of life that shows true everywhere things are only seemingly perfect at first but then truth sets in In my past school years I never had to study for any tests or quizzes I knew or memorized the facts I had to know to ace the test I took advantage of this and focused on my school work Never studying or practicing even for band I was able to get high marks Everything seemed perfect in which my life in school considering grades was crystal clear and great Unfortunately as in Frosts poem nothing holds true and this perfect school life ended during high school The material covered in the classroom became more extent and mind probing At first I never studied and I thought I would get the same grades as before To my dismay I was wrong Slowly but surely the grades in each of my classes were getting harder and harder to keep up I finally realized I had to study and work hard for my grades Students all around me were acceding at a better rate than I was and I felt left in the dust Robert Frost in his poem mentions how nature at first is beautiful and gold In addition Frost states how staying gold is one of the hardest things to do This is how I felt when I knew keeping my relaxed study habits would be one of the hardest things to do in high school High school is probably the most influential force in a teenagers life
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