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

About Ben Naga

The Spirit that graces me with its passing has no name and stems not from thoughts and words, though it gathers them up as it flows, but from feeling.

Posted on May 27, 2017, in Guff and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. β€œBut 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. πŸ˜‡

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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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  3. I always have a feeling that someone is looking at me, since childhood. I feel very uncomfortable, very conscious . Is my mind playing a trick? Or it is my low self esteem.

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