EYES AND EARS

“But fields have eyes and woods have ears, ye wot” – John Heywood (The Proverbs And Epigrams Of John Heywood, 1562)

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About Ben Naga

Pilgrim on the lam. Please feel free to explore the links to learn more. I trust you will find some things there will have been worth the effort. See you there.

Posted on May 27, 2017, in Guff and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. “But fields have eyes and woods have ears, ye wot” – John Heywood. I would say it in reverse: “The woods have eyes and the fields have ears.” j.kiley [My reasoning is sound depending on the fields and depending upon the animals. 😇

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  2. I hope what I wrote was taken lightly. Having run away to the woods for safety and having slaved in the fields 7 days a week when I was a child. Have a new poem dedicated to the latter part of the statement. By the time I edit it may include the complete statement.

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