It is good to listen to others people's stories, feelings and journeys as much as it is to share ours, I believe. I love poetry and spoken word songs for that reason. I listen and I take in things about others while at the same time learning about myself. Tear Drops and Balloons did all that for me and more. I had been grasping at words to give to this review for some time because I take seriously every review I give of how I feel about it and why I feel about it, in hopes what I loved in it might help someone decide to give it a chance too, sometimes that takes me years, but recently I seen Gratitude on Mike Posner's youtube channel and I told myself this weekend I would do it but not plan it because it felt right to do it this way, so that is what this is, unplanned review on a very touching and honest account of a collection of work that is 33 parts. I have a top favorite 3 of the 33, 333 is a special number to me and that was pretty cool to see it tied to this... so my favorites are The Truth, Gratitude ( not surprising right ) ( wink) and The Woman On The Wall. A close fourth would be I'm thinking about horses. I recommend this to anyone who is a fan of spoken word songs about life and love.