By Steve Frost begin in 1970 with sincere, lyric efforts of a student and extend through the most recent issue that becomes more and more abstract- So much so as to need annotation to place them at all within the vales of human perception.
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“Aperiatur terra et germinet Salvatorum.”
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The Reverend Stephen Frost PhD
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Though dedicated to a pragmatic effort to improve the world,’we also live in the presence of soaring beauty and vaulting splendor. Internal exercise of instinct, ideas, spiritual discernment, imagination and external input seem to comprise our field of perception in the face of rational discernment. Nothing can be left out of our consideration. Everything shall find its order in the larger body, but you might be surprised where and how you fit in. You too, might even resist…’
Steve Frost’s poems tell the same tale as the prose, more succinctly. Its the same ‘narrative’ as provided by Frost’s paintings and annotations. This poetry tells the story from a different vantage and thus provides an essential counterpoint in our presentation that suggests a larger ambience of value, meaning and emotional content.