The Minotaur 48: Mirror by Jens Grabarske

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    Riana N
    5 months ago

    Hi Jens. This was such a great use of the prompt and also serves as a fitting metaphor here. Loved it.
    Perhaps you intended to emphasise the hurriedness of the situation, but I thought you could perhaps make the moment he saw the Minotaur a little “bigger.” He had waited and searched a long time to see him in that form. I did, however like the casualness with which the Minotaur walked away – very effective! 🙂 I also liked the contradiction (perhaps not the right word) of how one could indeed get lost in a labyrinth.
    🙂

    Martin
    5 months ago

    Hi Jens

    I like the way you capture the tension with short sentences and observations. The use of Escher makes the experience all the more challenging. Although I felt a strong apprehension and fear as I read it, there was also a sense of control Alphonse had over the scene too. The ending brought balance and hope of what can come next.