What is the first thing you notice about someone?

It could be her pensive expression as she actually stops to smell the roses or her shocked silence as she walks out of the café or her distant gaze as she sits by the river. Maybe it's her solemn face as she pays her respects or her joyless smile as she hums a familiar tune or her limp body as she hangs from the noose.

Perhaps it is what she becomes to you.

(an anthology of oneshots centered around her; each written from a different perspective)

»Author's Note:
I've had fun trying to create different perspectives focusing (or possibly not) on one subject, and I hope you enjoy reading it just as much! I really do love experimenting with different writing styles, don't I?

This was an attempt to explore what exactly defines a person (which is one of the questions I am always, always pondering). Unfortunately, I don't think it really defined anything, but it did make me realize that what we see is not always what we get—or, have gotten. Also, it's a nice reminder that everyone is so much more than their first impressions.«