This collection of letters in free verse - letters to friends, to lovers, to family, to himself, and to strangers - is written with a rare indifference to the reader. In these words there lies no superfluous prose. Instead, the veil is drawn and the raw emotion of the author hits the reader like an unexpected waft of truth.
Hashen's poem, 'a hymn of gratitude', may very well be the beatitudes of self-acceptance and healing that we all deserve to learn for ourselves. Likewise, his words are scattered with hidden gems and insights that make it a very interesting and insightful read.