"Who can see passed all my scars"
The whole "Past"-as-a-verb mistake has really been getting on my nerves as of late. Not that I blame you, as I'd adopted the habitual spelling just as well, after so much exposure to the mis-doing.
Really wish you'd use some commas, but it's cool; I'm just nitpicky like that.
"Not with the innocence of a child"
Innocents is the plural of innocent, while innocence is the noun you'd intended.
"But with the (re-found) pride of a man"
...let's talk about this for a second;
As I said before, I'm nitpicky. Re-found is most certainly a utilized word, but for poetry, how about we consider the alternatives, you know what I mean?
Besides all that, it's a pretty decent piece. As always, you've got a relatable theme driven by a simple portrayal.
Sorta curious...you ever lose your coherence over a write? Don't you ever just go mad?