This is what Grammarly thought of one of Julian’s own occasional attempts to tell other people how to write:
Forget reams of descriptive baloney, might sound good but your average reader couldn’t care less if weeping leaves reflect their agony to eyes that see nothing or trees that whisper wispy sweet somethings to a greyness that has forgotten time and place while little fairies of forgotten imagination strut their sparkling limbs across moonbeams replete with drastic love and memories of so much that could have been………. You get my drift.
We can all yell words, they are pretty cheap after all, but it’s the story-line that matters and the written atmosphere that the reader can feel and touch, without being suffocated.
Oh, those wispy-whispering trees! Oh, that atmosphere that the reader can feel and touch! O tempora! O mores!
But look, Julian – if Grammarly can catch as much of the tripe in that little piece as it did, it’s got to be a sure bet for curing your problems with commas. Puppy’s right – give it a go!
Either that, or do please stop using commas entirely. They shouldn’t have to suffer so.