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Date: Tue, 22 Oct 2002 11:00:42 -0400
From: StoneOx17@aol.com
Subject: (urth) PEACE: Weer's Room

When the falling of the elm awakens Weer, he finds himself 
in a room with a fieldstone fireplace.  He seems to have 
been intermittently awake between his death and the fall 
of the tree, but to have lived mainly in this room.  Where 
is this room?

Consider its shape.  It's described as a long walled-in 
porch, and it has a stone (fireplace) at one end.  It's 
Weer's coffin.

-- Stone Ox

Safe in their Alabaster Chambers,
Untouched by Morning and Untouched by Noon,
Sleep the meek members of the Resurrection,
Rafter of Satin and Roof of stone.

                                  Emily Dickinson


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