"…He starts off with a quote from Jazz owitry, young and old as a whole. Those who know jazz is prose and how it goes and how it's going to be me, us, we free. And this is Michael's poem. They said jazz like Stardust, had more than enough magic to meld every soul. Jazz basically crownless, not particularly icon oriented, uninterested in statues and monuments doesn't stop and bask.…"