Rose tried adjusting the scarf on her neck. It was choking her. She pulled it a little bit this way, a little bit that way, before finally giving up and ripping the thing from her throat. It floated to the ground, the two halves laying in the dirt, exposing the jagged scar on her chest.
The heart could not be mistaken. The heartbroken mare had tried to carve out her heart with a chisel before her housemate stopped her, but not before leaving a rather deep scar chiseled in her crystal skin. It was there forever, and she had tried to hide it with scarves, but today was not her day.