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Finally, how to explain to them that for lapsed Catholics and evangelical Christians, this celluloid "Passion" captures the one unchangeable, untarnishable thing about Christianity--Jesus himself.
That is a completely fair and honest assessment, but I'd rather say that now that we can see the entire output of his poetry, the failures recede and the freshness of much of the work like that "First Fall of Snow," coming as it does from his purest creative self, is untarnishable, quite admirable, and offers immense pleasure.
The dignity and authority of the passage flow from his selection of untarnishable words like honor, courage, faith, hope, eloquence, and brilliance as well as his use of five triads.