The writer put holes in his skin repeatedly before the old wounds could heal.
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Could you explain what the following phrase means:
I’d punctured the skin again and again before it ever had a chance to heal.
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Elenichka, it's a sentence – not a phrase.
I've changed your thread title.
Extract from the Posting Guidelines:
'Thread titles should include all or part of the word/phrase being discussed.'
Rover_KE, thank you, I'll take into account your remark about the titles.
MikeNewYork, thank you. So, it means, the punctures brought healing in the end, right?
I am not a teacher.