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nothing gold can stay

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Nature's first green is gold, Her hardest hue to hold. Her early leaf's a flower; But only so an hour. Then leaf subsides to leaf. So Eden sank to grief, So dawn goes down to day. Nothing gold can stay. -Robert Frost
Flash Draw   Created Sep 02, 2007   470 x 338px    Unless noted Copyright 2007 fisheyesoda.

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icerose87  Nov 04, 2007

I had to memorize that poem in 9th grade! I really like the rose, but what can I say...I am a huge fan of roses! ;) Deserves a 10!

KUTEDYMPLES  Nov 01, 2007

Wow, amazing detail and wonderful colors! I love the poem as well. Wish I could rate over 10, but your stuck with that! :-)

Anubis^_^  Sep 22, 2007's really beautiful. ahh robert frost! magnificent! ^^ 10. again!

DanaA  Sep 13, 2007

awww this is beautiful! 10

hikaiani  Sep 06, 2007

wow, this is amazing and it really makes you keep, it makes your eye follow to each part of the drawing...rate mine plz!!!:)

StormFancy  Sep 05, 2007

Absolutly beautiful! I agree with Specs 100%!! And everyone else!! Beautiful, beautiful work!!

fisheyesoda  Sep 03, 2007

thanks jet

jet  Sep 03, 2007

Perfect!!!! i love the way you did the details and how appropriate it is to the poem...fantastic!!! 10!!!!

fisheyesoda  Sep 03, 2007

thanks people! gloria, thats nice of you =)

Gloria  Sep 03, 2007

Aw, very pretty, very poignant. Great job, interesting frame idea too. =) Ps I put yr name in the 'undiscovered artists' thread in th forum!Good luck!

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