Scars - Poem by Morgan Phillips
Scars are there to remind us of memories,
Painful, harsh, depressing, or not.
They are there for us to ponder, and give thought.
These scars are there to forget what we went through,
But still bear the marks and scorns of time.
Their phosphorescent glow, they seem to shine.
A way to bring us back down to reality,
A way to resemble the past,
What dark shadows and thoughts we have cast.
Accidental, mutilations, carefree times of glee,
These scars are the price we pay,
And memories of what our body has to say
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