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Poetry & Literature / short story
|English term or phrase: the mirrors threw glaring eyes back at him|
|Blushing, he longed to rush from the house to cover his face with the snow that lay in thick drifts in the garden. But how would he explain? "I had to leave, I felt ill." That would fall flat. The mirrors threw glaring eyes back at him. And, as if taking its cue from the muffled snow falling outside, the babble gave way to a recriminatory hush.|
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