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on Feb. 12, 2013 :
I found myself thinking, "Hey, that's me," or "I know that feeling" and that's how I knew that Christopher had hit the mark. Not every time, but on most.
Christopher's 'My muse' resonated with me. It reminded me of some of those tumultous, volcanic times I've had in my own life on my own voyage of discovering where I fit into the world. I really liked "Hallowed Hall's", and I'm pretty sure I've seen a few "Amber sunsets" as well.
My Muse is worth the read. Be prepared to be reflective, and I guess that's why people read and write poetry--to find that common ground we all tread deep inside.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)