O Glorious Feedback

Occasionally we at GRC find ourselves on Amazon or the iTunes store and read a customer review so artful and informative that we feel it is a direct representation of our enture self. Whatever that means. I stumbled upon this gem when checking out Sufjan Stevens’s “Enjoy Your Rabbit”. The question I pose to you: Customer Review or Brilliant Poetry? Or both?

Let Art Be Art ***** (5 out of 5 stars)
By Zachharrisment

Sufjan Stevens is a brilliant man and a true master of his musical craft.
You can’t judge art. Art is personal. If you don’t like it then thats [sic] fine.
But if you can’t appreciate what Sufjan’s music is to himself, then that reflects deeply on who you are as a person.
This music is a direct representation of his entire self.
This album is not for the masses simply because it requires deeper thought and a level of inner reflection.
If you listen to all music with that extra thought then you will love this album.

8 out of 10 listeners found this review helpful.

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9 thoughts on “O Glorious Feedback

  1. Sufjan Stevens is a brilliant man
    and a true master
    of his musical craft.
    You can’t judge art.
    Art is personal.

    If you don’t like it then thats
    [sic]
    fine.
    But if you can’t appreciate
    what Sufjan’s music is to himself, then
    that reflects deeply on who you are
    as a person.

    This music is a direct representation
    of his entire self.

    This album is not for the masses
    simply because it requires
    deeper thought
    and a level of inner reflection.

    If you listen to all music
    with that extra thought
    then you will

    love

    this album.

  2. Wow, it sounds really deep when you toss line breaks all over the place. I like the way you emphasized “love”.

  3. Robert Frost says:

    Yeah, you can really poemify some prose by tossing around line breaks. Most of my poems are just journal entries broken up in nutty ways. And people eat that s*** up.

  4. Emily Dickinson says:

    Hey Rob!!!

  5. Robert Frost says:

    Oh hello. Emily. Pleasure to see you.

  6. Emily Dickinson says:

    Yeah. Yeah, you too. You look good.

  7. Robert Frost says:

    So do you, yeah. Well. I’ll see you.

  8. Emily Dickinson says:

    Yeah. See you.

  9. Gabe says:

    The sexual tension in that conversation was palpable.

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