Fragments

Someone’s gaze on us can change our day or our life. In a fragment of a second, we can decide whether this gaze is hostile, frindely, awkward, pleasing or decisive? But what if the gaze lasts for more than a few seconds? What if we cannot escape it? Or, after a while, if we want it for ever?

Fragments
by Dario Srbic
Someone’s gaze on us can change our day or our life. In a fragment of a second, we can decide whether this gaze is hostile, frindely, awkward, pleasing or decisive? But what if the gaze lasts for more than a few seconds? What if we cannot escape it? Or, after a while, if we want it for ever?
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