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Nothing Gold Can Stay

Nothing Gold Can Stay


by Robert Frost

Nothing Gold Can Stay Resources


Literary Criticism of "Nothing Gold Can Stay"

Work that tweed when you read these scholarly viewpoints of the poem.

Frost Is A Poet…

And boy, did he know it. It turns out he started writing poems all the way back in high school. Get the scoop in this brief bio on Poets.org.

Get Your Farm On

If you're in the neighborhood, you might want to check out Robert Frost's farm in Derry, New Hampshire, where he and his family lived from 1900-1911.


"Nothing Gold Can Stay" in The Outsiders

The character Ponyboy from the movie The Outsiders recites the Frost poem against a beautiful, gold sky.


Preach, Robert

Here's the man, reading your new favorite poem, all dramatic-like.


Happy Birthday!

Even famous poets like cake.

Frost's Farm

We bet those leaves will be falling any minute. So much for gold.


Collected Poems

Frost's complete collected poems, if you just can't get enough.

New Hampshire

You could buy the book "Nothing Gold Can Stay" first appeared in, but it's expensive and pretty hard to find. Don't say we didn't warn you. And let us know if you snag yourself a copy.

Movies & TV

The Outsiders

This movie, based on the novel by S.E. Hinton, quotes "Nothing Gold Can Stay." A lot.

Robert Frost: A Lover's Quarrel with the World

This awesome documentary on the life of Frost should answer all of your burning questions.

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