A moment of clarity

“When I speak, I want to live on the edge of my rhetorical sword where I try to pierce the heart of the listener, not to display my eloquence as a distancing tool of superiority, but as a plea for validation, my only source of relevance. Confidence can be duped, emptiness can not, and at the bottom of that emptiness is a shallow pool of guilt that only increases from the rain that pours out the cloud i ride so high.”-Andrew Acosta

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