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Scars Never Fade Quotes By Jeaniene Frost

Love cuts deeper than the sharpest blade, cripples more than shattered bones, and leaves scars that can never fade. — Jeaniene Frost

Scars Never Fade Quotes By Corrine Jackson

Some words hit you like a tree branch slapping you in the face. And some words rip into your flesh, leaving scars so deep, they never completely fade. — Corrine Jackson

Scars Never Fade Quotes By Munia Khan

Night never needs a shade
but it requires to fade
into the grin of twinkling stars
where light is just a glint of scars — Munia Khan

Scars Never Fade Quotes By Erin McCarthy

Scars fade with time. And the ones that never go away, well, they build character, maturity, caution. — Erin McCarthy

Scars Never Fade Quotes By Belle Aurora

Wounds like that ... wounds to the heart ... they leave ugly scars that never fade. — Belle Aurora

Scars Never Fade Quotes By Jordan Elizabeth Mierek

...they left a scar that would fade but never vanish. — Jordan Elizabeth Mierek

Scars Never Fade Quotes By Jesmyn Ward

Grief doesn't fade. Grief scabs over like my scars and pulls into new, painful configurations as it knits. It hurts in new ways. We are never free from grief. — Jesmyn Ward

Scars Never Fade Quotes By Sherrilyn Kenyon

And you haven't been betrayed yet, Nick. You don't know what that's like. What it does to you. The scars it leaves that never fade. (Ambrose) — Sherrilyn Kenyon

Scars Never Fade Quotes By Jesmyn Ward

After I left New York, I found the adage about time healing all wounds to be false: grief doesn't fade. Grief scabs over like scars and pulls into new, painful configurations as it knits. It hurts in new ways. We are never free from grief. We are never free from the feeling that we have failed. We are never free from self-loathing. We are never free from the feeling that something is wrong with us, not with the world that made this mess. — Jesmyn Ward