The storm was ripping off branches, flinging slates from the chapel roof, and tearing at the ancient abbey stones like a ravenous god. I lay wrapped in tarpaulin, in my sleeping bag, inside a hollowed-out yew as the gale drove through the cemetery where this tree marks the grave of the medieval poet and harpist […]
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