Arrogance

Arrogance

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Seeing what explosions I can make,
and seeing how far I can push people away.
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Seeing what explosions I can make,
and seeing how far I can push people away.

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Submitted: February 04, 2017

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At times I'm a skeptic of my own vanity. I say my name as if it equates to opulence and lavishness fed off of hedonism and hubris. I pride myself on affairs known as conquests and weakness as cruelty. This is because deep within all I can truly characterize myself by is this melancholy boredom, incessant hollowness, and alcoholic amusement. I'm a façade disguised behind a thousand masks and a million walls. Irene Adler said that a disguise is a self-portrait, but half the time I'm a victim of my own Marilyn Monroe syndrome. I wish I could simply be direct with who I am or at least stop being an ambivalent paradox slapped on like a riddle. I think I know myself, but I don't understand myself.

*This really isn't anything besides my blithering. I'm just fatigued and pensive at the moment.

 


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