I can sorta picture her saying something like this.
"No matter how great you are.No matter how much of a Vinyl Scratch,Photo Finish,Octavia or Spitfire,we can`t hide who we really are.We are all the same...and it will stay that way. Until the universe shall end.Were all nobody.And me...(hold tiara)...why should I be princess.(throws tiara on the ground)A horn and wings with an aurora mane dosn`t hide who I really am. Alicorn or not,rich or poor,princess or peasant,Rookie or Celestia...were all just average people living average lifes in an average world which will come to an average end.And there is nothing we can do about it.I should be the one eaten by a timbrwolf. No one would miss me.They would probably dance on my grave with glee.All I could do is watch them.The only thing I ever do is rise the sun,sit in a chair and show up to places for no reason.That`s why i envy you.Why can`t i be a normal one.There would be no difference. People might even treat me the way i want.I don`t want to have my face all over the land.I just want to be a pony with a name.But no one would even care.No one would give a pony`s flank about me.Why...am i even alive?"
its fine. Just try and learn to fit ideas into paragraphs, usually 1 to 3 or 5 lines per thought or 'block' of text.
Putting one or two spaces of white to space said text blocks up helps then for readers to quickly skim your posts while keeping track of what they read.
*the human eye and brain has a thing for prime numbers it seems. Shaping one's text to this format makes it look nicer along with being easier to read.
As for the 'one or two space rule', I usually put one space between main text blocks/lines, and double space between Sets of idea blocks. IE a given set of lines or blocks of text discuss a given idea are further separated from other sets of lines/blocks of text unrelated to them to avoid confusion.
Yeah, it takes practice and perhaps more time/effort than a 10+ line long Text_Wall but the difference in proofreading effort alone is more than worth it imho ^-^ Just takes practice. (take for example my post here)