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-A picture symbolizing somebody who worries a lot.. I was thinking of a scope like a sniper rifle

-A picture symbolizing somebody who helps somebody find their identity

-A picture symbolizing somebody who blames themself for another's death

  • need creative picture -

    I can provide sites with images and photos, but you need to think about what kind of image you are looking for. A scope on a sniper rifle has no worries! It is an inanimate object; the sniper might have worries, such as "will he hit the target?" "does this person deserve to die" etc. etc.

    Sra

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