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Empathy: I feel you.
Sympathy: I feel for you.
Lycanthropy: I feel awoo.

Created during a time when the road was her home, these poems were sung under the stars and screamed in the woods and carved into trees. They are broken bottles and cigarette butts, stale coffee and smeared lipstick, each its own warning, a tale of caution.

Listen to them carefully. They very well might save your life.

This book holds the lyrics to the beautiful grotesque that Wytovich is known for, but here she crafts with a raw honesty that we haven’t seen from her before. This new direction takes listeners to hospital rooms and death beds, shows the mask that was skinned off her face time and time again. There’s a brutality to her lines that cuts with the same knife she fantasized about it. Her blood and tears are mixed in with stanzas as she talks about suicide and abuse, heartbreak, and falling in love.

Roll the windows down, wipe the blood off your cheek, and turn the music up. Sheet Music to My Acoustic Nightmare by Stephanie M. Wytovich is a collection spattered with dirt and blood, sage and corpses. The poems inside are confessionals and dirges - their stories the careful banter of ghosts and sinners over tequila at the bar.

Sheet Music to My Acoustic Nightmare written by the lovely Stephanie M. Wytovich and narrated by me Naveen Alexandra is now on sale at Audible, and it will be available on iTunes and Amazon within the next few days.

Can you give someone a skin graft from your butt?

Ass skin for a friend.

Empathy: I feel you.
Sympathy: I feel for you.
Lycanthropy: I feel awoo.

Anyone interested in sending me $510.99? πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜­
People suck.

And my bank account has fraudulent charges that took me to a -$510.99 balance.
Merry Christmas.

I have this weird talent where I can identify what's in a wrapped present.
It's a gift.

I was drinking at a bar last night, so I took a bus home.
That may not be a big deal to you; but I've never driven a bus before.

So after winning the game I decided to throw the ball into the crowd like they do on TV. Apparently, this is unacceptable in bowling.

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