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Wayland's Smithy: Job Cork
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If you along the Rudgeway go,
About a mile for aught I know,
There Wayland's cave then you may see,
Surrounded by a group of trees.

They say that in this cave did dwell
A smith that was invisible;
At last he was found out, they say,
He blew up the place and vlod away.

To Devonshire then he did go,
Full of sorrow, grief and woe,Wayland's Smithy: Job Cork
Never to return again;
So here I'll add the shepherd's name -

Job Cork.

Thanks to wysefool for first posting this on the 13th May 2007 - http://www.themodernantiquaria[...]ylands_smithy.html#comment5329

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Posted by Littlestone
17th March 2011ce

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