The Outsiders


What relationship does the poem have to the events and situation in the novel? (Poem of Frost's words)

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The poem Nothing Gold Can Stay is Frost's way of telling us that things never stay the same; nothing lasts forever. Things don't look as good, they get old, they get tarnished, they get lost. Even the most beautiful parts of nature, like the flowers on a petal wither away and die. Life is like this. People change....... they get older, they experience things that change them and in the end they eventually die.