1 For our face and our body were beautiful.
2 If danger threatens you, we shall face it also.
3 There was no smile on their face, and no welcome.
4 But their face was taut, and their eyes were dark.
5 We awoke when a ray of sunlight fell across our face.
6 Their face did not move and they did not avert their eyes.
7 It was evil and we dared not face our brothers in the morning.
8 We crawled to it, we fell upon it, our face in our arms, and we lay still.
9 For, upon the blue of the sky below us, we saw our own face for the first time.
10 But we jerked our head away, hid our face upon our tied hands, and bit our lips.
11 Our face was not like the faces of our brothers, for we felt not pity when looking upon it.
12 Then our body, losing all sense, rolled over and over on the moss, dry leaves in our tunic, in our hair, in our face.
13 And the road seemed not to be flat before us, but as if it were leaping up to meet us, and we waited for the earth to rise and strike us in the face.
14 And of all the faces on that square, of all the faces which shrieked and screamed and spat curses upon them, theirs was the calmest and the happiest face.
15 And we thought then, standing in the square, that the likeness of a Saint was the face we saw before us in the flames, the face of the Transgressor of the Unspeakable Word.
16 There were great pieces of glass on the walls, but it was not glass, for when we looked upon it we saw our own bodies and all the things behind us, as on the face of a lake.
17 And now I see the face of god, and I raise this god over the earth, this god whom men have sought since men came into being, this god who will grant them joy and peace and pride.
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