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1  When our eyes met, I felt that I was growing pale.
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2  Dorian Gray leaped to his feet, with flushed cheeks and burning eyes.
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3  His eyes deepened into amethyst, and across them came a mist of tears.
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4  When I close my eyes, I hear them, and each of them says something different.
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5  A look of joy came into his eyes, as if he had recognized himself for the first time.
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6  She laughed nervously as she spoke, and watched him with her vague forget-me-not eyes.
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7  But the world might guess it, and I will not bare my soul to their shallow prying eyes.
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8  There was a look of fear in his eyes, such as people have when they are suddenly awakened.
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9  And I have caught the effect I wanted--the half-parted lips and the bright look in the eyes.
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10  For nearly ten minutes he stood there, motionless, with parted lips and eyes strangely bright.
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11  "You know you believe it all," said Lord Henry, looking at him with his dreamy languorous eyes.
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12  You said to me once that pathos left you unmoved, but that beauty, mere beauty, could fill your eyes with tears.
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13  Yes, he was certainly wonderfully handsome, with his finely curved scarlet lips, his frank blue eyes, his crisp gold hair.
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14  Her eyes opened wide in exquisite wonder when I told her what I thought of her performance, and she seemed quite unconscious of her power.
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15  Yes, there would be a day when his face would be wrinkled and wizen, his eyes dim and colourless, the grace of his figure broken and deformed.
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16  Dorian Gray never took his gaze off him, but sat like one under a spell, smiles chasing each other over his lips and wonder growing grave in his darkening eyes.
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17  But he suddenly started up, and closing his eyes, placed his fingers upon the lids, as though he sought to imprison within his brain some curious dream from which he feared he might awake.
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18  Dorian Gray lifted his golden head from the pillow, and with pallid face and tear-stained eyes, looked at him as he walked over to the deal painting-table that was set beneath the high curtained window.
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19  He felt that the eyes of Dorian Gray were fixed on him, and the consciousness that amongst his audience there was one whose temperament he wished to fascinate seemed to give his wit keenness and to lend colour to his imagination.
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20  And how charming he had been at dinner the night before, as with startled eyes and lips parted in frightened pleasure he had sat opposite to him at the club, the red candleshades staining to a richer rose the wakening wonder of his face.
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