Love Carved in Stone

In the ancient city of Cyprus, there lived a skilled sculptor named Pygmalion. He was so devoted to his art that he had no interest in women. However, Pygmalion wished to create an artwork so beautiful, so perfect, that it would capture the essence of a woman’s beauty.

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Pygmalion worked day and night, pouring all his skill and love into carving a woman out of ivory. The sculpture was so lifelike and beautiful, with a charm so enchanting, that it felt like she would come alive any moment.

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As Pygmalion spent more time with the sculpture, he found himself falling in love with it. The sculpture, which he named Galatea, was everything he ever dreamt of in a woman. He would dress her in fine clothes, adorn her with jewelry, and even lay his head in her lap, imagining she was real.

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On the day of Aphrodite’s festival, Pygmalion prayed to the goddess of love, wishing for a wife as beautiful as his beloved sculpture, Galatea.

Aphrodite, touched by Pygmalion’s sincere love, decided to grant his wish. As Pygmalion returned home and kissed Galatea, the ivory began to warm, and the sculpture turned into a living woman.

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Pygmalion was overjoyed. He held Galatea in his arms, her skin as soft as petals, her eyes as bright as the stars. He finally found the love he was yearning for, not in a living woman, but in one he had created with his own hands.

Pygmalion and Galatea soon got married. Their love story was unique, filled with sincere love and the magic of creation. Pygmalion’s story tells us that love can be found in the most unexpected places, and sometimes, in our own creations.

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Their love story was a testament to the power of love and the wonders it can do. Even though Pygmalion initially carved Galatea out of ivory, it was his love that brought her to life and made her human. And that’s the real beauty of their love story.

Ann Shrott

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