"Kyoko Mogami" is a failure as a human being.
Point: she is empty. She is a puppet created of her mother's demands, by Sho's needs. She is a doll made to dance to other's wishes--and the good Kyoko Mogami, the dedicated Kyoko Mogami, the blindly loving Kyoko Mogami was still not enough for them--not enough for anyone at all.
Point: she is full of rage. Demons live in her heart, watch the world from behind her eyes, turn her tongue sharp and vicious. Her fury is her own, powerful and heady. Her rage burns bright and fierce, but does not warm her, and leaves her nothing to hold onto but: Sho, Sho, Sho (you bastard!)
"Kyoko Mogami" is nothing but rage, and the wide open spaces where Sho once lived.
She wants to fill herself with life, and create herself anew: she will piece together a new Kyoko Mogami with her own talents and her own will. The Kyoko that she is building will be beautiful, and strong, and no piece of her will belong to her mother, or Sho, because Kyoko will not leave room in her heart for anyone else.
The Kyoko Mogami she dreams of is one who will never be shaken, and never break.