1 We rubbed our eyes, for we could not see.
2 We know, when we look into each other's eyes.
3 But their face was taut, and their eyes were dark.
4 Their face did not move and they did not avert their eyes.
5 Every morning thereafter, we greeted each other with our eyes.
6 They understood our thought, for they lowered their eyes for the first time.
7 Then our eyes became used to the darkness, but we could not believe what we saw.
8 The eyes of our brothers are dull, and never do they look one another in the eyes.
9 They stood still as a stone, and they looked straight upon us, straight into our eyes.
10 Their eyes were dark and hard and glowing, with no fear in them, no kindness and no guilt.
11 Then the Golden One rose and walked to the hedge, as if they had heard a command in our eyes.
12 And it seems to us that our spirit is clear as a lake troubled by no eyes save those of the sun.
13 And we looked straight into the eyes of the Council, but their eyes were as cold blue glass buttons.
14 They are a tall, strong youth and their eyes are like fireflies, for there is laughter in their eyes.
15 Had the others seen it, they could have guessed nothing, for it looked only as if we were shading our eyes from the sun.
16 Only their eyes grew wider, and there was triumph in their eyes, and it was not triumph over us, but over things we could not guess.
17 It is easy to leave the Theatre; when the candles are blown out and the Actors come onto the stage, no eyes can see us as we crawl under our seat and under the cloth of the tent.
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