Is there a reason you continued your lines with a visual break, the dash, instead of just starting…
Jennifer Siu

That’s a debate I had with myself for sure. It was actually a superficial reason — I was using Notegraphy for the graphics, and sometimes my seven syllables would spill onto two lines and look sloppy when I hit enter after each line. It wasn’t immediately clear where one line ended and another began. Then I thought back to being a kid and reading along with song lyric books that came with CDs, where the artist would sometime use slashes to differentiate between lines. I liked that, and thought it would help make my syllable splits easier to read.

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