Lulu.com, Feb 1, 2008 - 158 pages
Dark Chrysalis is a symbolical characterization of man's mortality and an incisive overview of man's quest for a rebirth. Presented in a series of poetic epiphanies, it delves on the spiritual, moral and emotional aspects of man's existential interrelationship with his world and his creator. The book is more than a compendium of thoughts. It is one realistic perception of life's unending philosophy.
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