Thank you so much.
Amy Echstenkamper

Considering the miserable state of song lyrics being mass produced like Kraft Mac and Cheese, and considering that’s as close to poetry as the vast majority of the world gets, I think it’s incredibly important that someone is speaking honestly and genuinely about life and soul of what it means to be a human being and not just the vapid processes of repetitious catch-phrases/buzzwords, self-aggrandizing, destruction for profit.

People are getting their experiences prepackaged for them in pop music and television, etc. It’s like a TV dinner of life and soul of what it means to be a human being, precooked, frozen, and not at all representative of the real thing.

Your writing is visceral it’s like reminder of the real, like a proper plate of homemade spaghetti to someone who has been eating spaghettios for a couple of years.

Sorry to gush, but I get excited when someone’s writing give me goosebumps.

I hope it’s something you never stop doing.

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