The Official Writing Challenge
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I really liked the point of view of your entry, and how you "sculpted" such a charming story. Beautiful.
Creative and very well written. Nicely done.
I was intrigued with the story, and enjoyed the ending, too.
Awesome writing. I loved how you showed us the freedom the statue felt as he was being created. Very good.
Extremely creative POV, and I was drawn to parallels between this sculpture and my own self, a work-in-progress. Nice writing, with perhaps a bit of fizzle at the end.

I'm off to Google these works of art!
After about halfway through, I started to figure out that this was about Michelangelo's sculptures, and I smiled.

I think this was an awesome take on this week's topic. It is very unique and written extremely well. The subject matter appealed to me, as I love Michelangelo's works.

Great job with this one!
Congrats, Seema on EC for this. I'm sure by your comments, you are surprised. This is really good though.
Well done! Good creative take on this week's topic. A well-deserved recognition.
Seema, this is WONDERFUL!! What an imaginative, interesting, masterful piece of writing! :) I loved the imagery created by your well-chosen words, and I congratulate you on your EC! And to think you wouldn't even hint this week! :)
Congratulations fellow Michelangelo writer. :-) I agree with another commenter that you might be surprised considering the comment you left on mine. I must respectfully disagree with your own assessment of your very fine work! Outstanding and very creative POV and writing!
Very, very creative! Congratulations on your EC placement, Seema.
I love the creative perpective of this piece. You drew me in with your title and kept me reading with your artistic descriptions. Congratulations!
Very cool! I loved the point of view and the history of it. Now I have to go look up the Prigioni. ;) Congratulations on placing this week!!
Congratulations on your finish! What an accomplishment.
Wowzers, I love this. I am a big fan of unexpected POVs, and this was marvelous. I enjoyed the (assumed) parallel metaphor of us as unfinished works in progress--though we have not been abandoned by our Creator. Excellent writing.