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When your wounded

It protects you

When your healed

It hurts you

It's trapped inside

Its protective case

And its protection must be removed

Before it can protect you

It's not thought of

Until its needed

But its been around

For many ages

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white bloodcells.

when you are hurt, it are white bloodcels which make sure your wound gets covered up to form a protective shield for bugs and insects, they also make sure the hole in your body gets fixed, but when it is already healed and the white bloodcells are stil there, they keep trying to get it fixed, what again insures that you get a itchie feeling at that spot, so you scratch, which damages your skin again, and so on, and so on....

:lol:

edit: covered up with blood ;)

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makes the medicine in the pill coating go down...

When your wounded

It protects you

When your healed

It hurts you

It's trapped inside

Its protective case

And its protection must be removed

Before it can protect you

It's not thought of

Until its needed

But its been around

For many ages

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it keeps covering up your already healed wound and keeps it away from sunlight, so your pigmentcells die..

also the skin gets a bit eggitated as it has no sunlight... al about sunlight my frend ;)

I knew it was bandage/bandade, but I figured why not give a funny answer which could be true aswel

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