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what about Thomas Hardy's melancholy tone; -Tess - the final chapter at Stonehenge at the slaughter stone...

Yes, that's great stuff moss - will put it up on the Meg Poems Blog when I've found a good illustration to go with it.

Was at Stonehenge last Saturday afternoon; it was very quiet there, perhaps because a lot of people were watching the football. Hadn't been to Stonehenge for eight or nine years but was struck by the sheer majesty of the place - it's awesome even now but imagine what it must have been like when first built, and how people back then, with a different view of the world, would have seen it...

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5th July 2006ce

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