1 We looked into their eyes and we could not lie.
2 But they looked upon us, and suddenly we were afraid.
3 We know not whether they looked at us also, but we think they did.
4 The Teachers told us so, and they frowned when they looked upon us.
5 We lay on our back, we threw our arms out, and we looked up at the sky.
6 We looked too long at the stars at night, and at the trees and the earth.
7 We walked to the dais, and our legs did not tremble, and we looked up at the Council.
8 They stood still as a stone, and they looked straight upon us, straight into our eyes.
9 And we looked straight into the eyes of the Council, but their eyes were as cold blue glass buttons.
10 We looked upon two hands lying far before us on the bricks, and we moved them, and we knew that they were our hands.
11 Had the others seen it, they could have guessed nothing, for it looked only as if we were shading our eyes from the sun.
12 As the chains were wound over their body at the stake, and a flame set to the pyre, the Transgressor looked upon the City.
13 And we thought that we could trust this being who looked upon us from the stream, and that we had nothing to fear with this being.
14 We turned and we looked at them for the last time, and a rage, such as it is not fit for humans to know, choked our voice in our throat.
15 So we looked straight upon the Golden One, and we saw the shadows of their lashes on their white cheeks and the sparks of sun on their lips.
16 These great and wise of the earth did not know what to think of us, and they looked upon us with wonder and curiosity, as if we were a miracle.
17 When the Council of the Home questioned us, we looked upon the faces of the Council, but there was no curiosity in those faces, and no anger, and no mercy.
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