Scarred Quotes

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Brian Celio
“Just because you're scarred for life doesn't mean you should be scared to live.”
Brian Celio

Ricky Maye
“Being the light of the world is about being a broken, exploding, scarred star and shining a light of hope and inspiration to everyone around you.”
Ricky Maye, Barefoot Christianity

Taylor Stevens
“Lumani had never managed a failed delivery because, in the end, no matter how skilled or how hard they fought back, pressure applied in the right places caused even the strongest men to fracture.
But this one? He'd watched her. Studied her. Observed what maybe even Uncle, the reader of people, had missed. This one was already fractured, and the lines between her broken pieces were not fissures but scar material stronger than whatever had once filled those spaces.”
Taylor Stevens, The Doll

Kresley Cole
“Every second we're together, I get under your skin as deeply as you've scarred mine.”
Kresley Cole, Dark Skye

“The mindset of loss of a loved one is to understand that the loss will never be undone. You must live with it, like it or not. But, to live well, you must turn that loss into something positive. That way, you can become the best version of yourself; scarred, flawed and unstoppable”
Val Uchendu

Jackie Williams
“He'd killed people, lots of them if he cared to count. Which he didn't.”
Jackie Williams, Running Scarred

Teresa Medeiros
“I see a man," she said softly. "A man with the roar of cannons still ringing in his ears. A man bloodied by life, but not beaten. A man with a scar that draws his mouth into a frown when he might actually long to smile.”
Teresa Medeiros, Yours Until Dawn

Veronica Roth
“The scars on her face said something different about her, too-that she, like Cyra, knew what she was risking when she risked her life."

pg 337”
Veronica Roth, Carve the Mark

“Tender Ember

...Barred and branded
to be forever unloved
I was a tender ember
seeking solace from above...”
Muse, Enigmatic Evolution

Christina Engela
“Beauty... Is what you are after a lifetime of struggle in the face of hostility, surviving, and standing scarred and unafraid, triumphant before your enemies.”
Christina Engela, For Love of Leelah

Robert Hicks
“Had the Battle of Franklin ever really ended? Carrie walked her cemetery, and around her the wounds closed up and scarred over, but only in that way that an oak struck by lightning heals itself by twisting and bending around the wound: it is still recognizably a tree, it still lives as a tree, it still puts out its leaves and acorns, but its center, hidden deep within the curtain of green, remains empty and splintered where it hasn't been grotesquely scarred over. We are happy the tree hasn't died, and from the proper angle we can look on it and suppose that it is the same tree as it ever was, but it is not and never will be.”
Robert Hicks, The Widow of the South

“I hope one day love will find you and kiss all the places in your soul that's been scarred”
Micheline Jean Louis

Gift Gugu Mona
“Do not be scared of the truth. Lies have left many people scarred for life.”
Gift Gugu Mona

R.J. Intindola
“Never reveal your wounds.
They will all believe your weaker.
They will take advantage of you.
When they see how scarred you are.
Then you will have no choice.
But to fight.
And then they will feel the wrath of a warrior.”
R.J. Intindola

Krystalle Bianca
“I was not chased by ghosts, yet I am haunted”
Krystalle Bianca, Perfectly Fractured (The Imperfect, #1).

Elizabeth Hoyt
“The face that was revealed had once been as beautiful as an angel's but was now horribly mutilated. A livid red scar ran from just below his hairline on the right side of his face, bisecting the eyebrow, somehow skipping the eye itself but gouging a furrow into the lean cheek and catching the edge of his upper lip, making it twist. The scar ended in a missing divot of flesh in the line of the man's severe jaw. He had inky black hair and, though they were closed now, Iris knew he had emotionless crystal-gray eyes.
She knew because she recognized him.
He was Raphael de Chartres, the Duke of Dyemore, and when she'd danced with him- once- three months ago at a ball, she thought he'd looked like Hades.
God of the underworld.
God of the dead.”
Elizabeth Hoyt, Duke of Desire