We've all got them. Inside or out, it doesn't matter. Every once in a while we find those scars again, perhaps they've faded, perhaps they never will. Scars are more than just a simple little mar on the skin or on the heart. Each one is linked to a memory. Right now I've got scars I'm looking at. Sometimes I don't know how to look away. Should I just keep hiding them like I've always done? Ignoring them won't make them fester, they're healed over really...but they still hurt in ways. I suppose I'm just looking for a way to deaden the pain and the memories. At least make them managable.
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