Words presented as truth: bare, exposed, and vulnerable.
Then, words accepted as versions of truth: twisted, reframed, and covered.
And still, when they are both read, the bugs are wiped from the windshield, and what remains on the glass are more bare truths than gutting versions.
And then, with the sun shining through, the bare truths are framed in context with readers who know. Readers who understand.
We believe you, they say.