Beyond the Mirror: Four Seasons of Insight

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Author House, May 15, 2009 - Philosophy - 108 pages
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Journey Beyond the Mirror

Wisdom and profound insight come together in this collective work of free-verse poetry by Christopher Adrian Chaloux. Beyond the Mirror is a reflective collaboration of mind and soul coupled with life-experience uninhibited by social or societal persuasion. With sheer eloquence and an outspoken temperament, Chaloux brings forth the realities of both everyday common sense values, as well as deeply astonishing truths about human nature and the existence of life. Chaloux's winsome words will change your perception of self, life, and your experience of the two by taking you on a journey past appearances and beyond the mirror. . .

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Twenty-seven year old, rising twenty-first century poet/author Christopher Adrian Chaloux is a New England native. He was born in Northampton, Massachusetts. As a kid, he was raised in the small town of Easthampton, Massachusetts. At the encouragement of his grandmother (also a poet), he began to write poetry at a very young age. At the age of twenty-one he moved to the Vern-Mont Farm's Walnut Grove Dairy Farm - located in Vernon, Vermont - where he worked for a local John Deere tractor dealership. After a life-altering personal tragedy, he relocated to Lafayette, Indiana in search of new work and a new out-look on life. There, he completed his first collection of poetry titled: Lamp in a Dark Place. During his two-year tenure in Indiana he also began and completed his masterpiece work; Beyond the Mirror: Four Seasons of Insight. He recently returned to Massachusetts in order to face the ultimate challenge of his lifetime. He is currently working on an autobiography (Fields of Green) chronicling his compelling life-story, and intends on retro-publishing Lamp in a Dark Place later this year.

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