The Official Writing Challenge
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Now this was creative! An interesting route to deliver your message.
Your creativity is in a league of its own. Wow! You've left us all with so much to think about!
Thankyou for such a well written perspective of how life seems to just happen sometimes. Yes, a pew would have been nice and useful but this table will now enjoy the usefulness of providing a place of laughter, cherished gatherings, announcements, love -- life. It will be stroked with care and will be passed down to other generations - as I have my grandmother's table that carries many years of memories. Weel done. Pat
Creative and well written!!

Mary N
Very creative! If someone had told me to write a story using a sonnet from Shakespear, I just don't think it would have been about a pool table. And only a writer who is very gifted could have pulled it off. You certainly did. Sort of a grown up version of "The Tale of the Three Trees", but drawing from Shakespear put it over the top. I envy your talent.
Very impressive! You make a good case for a 4th level - PAST Advanced. (This "voice" sounds familiar, though not with us for so very long. It will be fun to see if I guessed. :0) )
Blessings, ~LG~
Wow, what an original idea! And this was so well written! Keep up the good work; you've got talent!
Speaks on several levels.
Excellent piece!
WOW! What wonderful imaginings. . . what wonderful use of the poetry. . .Wonderful story!!!
A creative story beautifully told. You sucked me right in and had a 'twist in the tail'. I hadn't thought before that 'all creation groans' could also mean a pool table. A metaphor of our lives with lots to think about on a variety of levels.
Very creative. Nice piece!
Wow, this was so creative and just awesome! Very well written with so much to say. I feel like I could read this a dozen times and come away with a new truth each time. Fantastic!
Oooh - talk about creative! What a unique and clever take on "thanksgiving." Wish I'd thought of it.
Great job!
Blessings, Lynda