Imagine if you will that these pictures are six feet across, that the faces in them are life size and staring at you with intense concentration and excitement, longing and maybe love. Most of us, if we are lucky have had one or two people stare at us this way in our lifetime, a lover or a child perhaps. Lenny Kravitz had throngs of people who stared at him like that every day. So Lenny stared back.
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