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  • The doll waved at me, regarding me with its red shoe-button eyes.

    Bleeding Violet

  • Don't you love those bright little shoe-button eyes?

    Wee, sleekit, cowrin, tim'rous beastie.

  • In each box, old friends: yarn smiles and bright shoe-button eyes through faded colors and careful patches stitched.

    Writer Ferrets: Chasing the Muse

  • What emerged from the layers of newsprint was a very aptly named Raggedy Ann doll, its painted face so faded that only the shoe-button eyes remained, fixed in a blank and challenging stare.

    Drums of Autumn

  • Snow white in color, it had black shoe-button eyes.

    The Realms of the Gods

  • Another lad, the next in line, had dark curly hair and black shoe-button eyes that blinked at him from behind incredibly thick spectacles; Micah estimated his age at close to sixteen.

    Sweet Dalliance

  • Gawaine looked up at the grate to meet three sets of very bright shoe-button eyes.

    Fortress Of Frost And Fire

  • He was a handsome young man with unruly black hair and bright shoe-button eyes.

    The Legend of the Slain Soldiers

  • He whirled on me, his shoe-button eyes flat with anger.

    The Tree of Death

  • "Look where you're bloody going," he said crossly, focusing a pair of shoe-button eyes on my face.

    For Kicks

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