Robert Temple Frost enjoys writing observational poems, as well as ones that encourage the reader to think.
His poetry in Life as a Delightful Mystery were written over a fifteen-year period. They will intrigue readers with their diversity and will stimulate on the emotions.
The poems present a definite point of view and will make readers think and form their own opinions. This is called interactive reading because it involves the reader.
In one of the poems, “You will imagine that you, too, are standing at the foot of the world’s largest tree: the General Sherman sequoia. Imagine looking up, up, and up some more to see the first three-foot-diameter branch one hundred feet above you. You feel small but spiritually equal to this amazing creation.”
In another, an eleven-year-old black African girl in a Sudan refugee camp was assaulted by seven Arab men. “Now her six-month-old boy sits on her knee. He smiles at people, but they don’t smile back.”
“Science poems focus on that magic moment when, in one-thirtieth of a second, the universe exploded far out . . . and continues to expand … We value the dedication and zeal of science investigators who continue to explore nature and reveal the magic of our environment.”
Robert Temple Frost was born in Denver and was raised in Denver and Colorado Springs. He graduated from the University of Colorado with a BS degree in business and finance. He served five years in the Air Force and then joined the Department of Commerce, where he worked in administrative management for research laboratories. The author retired after thirty-seven years of federal employment. He has published three books in the past three years.
Publisher’s website: http://sbpra.com/RobertTempleFrost
|Publisher:||Strategic Book Group, LLC|
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