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    just some thing's i noticed today about the poet William Wordsworth.

    WILL be WORTH

    What was William Wordsworth's attitude to children? William Wordsworth loved children, and believed that adults learn much from listening and talking with them because of their innocence and total honesty. He also believed they possessed the capacity to understand concepts that were way beyond their years.
    https://www.answers.com/Q/What_was_W...de_to_children

    William Wordsworth wrote a poem called 'Lines written a few miles above Tintern Abbey' - one of the lines in that poem reads,
    Where sooty Cyclops puffing, drink and sweat
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lines_..._Tintern_Abbey

    Cyclops was a blacksmith or the assistant to the God of Blacksmith's depending on where you get your information.

    It's actually a common misconception that Cyclops were blacksmiths. The original immortal Cyclops were simply assistants to the god of blacksmiths, Hephaistos, and kept his forges burning.
    https://www.reddit.com/r/AskScienceF...lacksmiths_if/

    Marvel gaze implies a cyclops.
    If you have been wise and FOUND the BLAZE - Tarry scant, marvel gaze = Sooty Cyclops = Blacksmith

    Tarry scant implies no soot = Whitesmith

    A whitesmith is a metalworker who does finishing work on iron and steel such as filing, lathing, burnishing or polishing. The term also refers to a person who works with "white" or light-coloured metals, and is sometimes used as a synonym for tinsmith.
    Last edited by BiggishShoes; 04-15-2019, 12:06 PM.
    The man said it himself...
    'Leave my TROLLS for all to seek'
    19.25 on
    https://youtu.be/8RzrIu3hMec?t=1165
    'So hear me all and listen good' *panic* Yurt effort?

  • #2
    Mr BiggishShoes, the closest thing to a blacksmith now a days would be a Farrier or a shoer of horses. This must be why Forrest mentioned how to determine the length of a horse shoe.

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    • #3
      Tintern - Tinsmith

      Tinman confirmed?

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      Last edited by BiggishShoes; 04-15-2019, 12:16 PM.
      The man said it himself...
      'Leave my TROLLS for all to seek'
      19.25 on
      https://youtu.be/8RzrIu3hMec?t=1165
      'So hear me all and listen good' *panic* Yurt effort?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Envictus View Post
        Mr BiggishShoes, the closest thing to a blacksmith now a days would be a Farrier or a shoer of horses. This must be why Forrest mentioned how to determine the length of a horse shoe.
        Good thinking Batman
        The man said it himself...
        'Leave my TROLLS for all to seek'
        19.25 on
        https://youtu.be/8RzrIu3hMec?t=1165
        'So hear me all and listen good' *panic* Yurt effort?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by BiggishShoes View Post

          Good thinking Batman
          I relate more to the joker than Batman and I ask to please dont try to profile me. I am just a little nobody.

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          • #6
            Maybe we should be asking ourselves am I a cold shoe'r or a hot shoe'r?

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            • #7
              PuT in bellow
              The man said it himself...
              'Leave my TROLLS for all to seek'
              19.25 on
              https://youtu.be/8RzrIu3hMec?t=1165
              'So hear me all and listen good' *panic* Yurt effort?

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              • #8
                There's also WWW - William WordsWorth
                The man said it himself...
                'Leave my TROLLS for all to seek'
                19.25 on
                https://youtu.be/8RzrIu3hMec?t=1165
                'So hear me all and listen good' *panic* Yurt effort?

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                • #9
                  'Lines written a few miles above Tintern Abbey' is an example of

                  Topographical poetry or loco-descriptive poetry is a genre of poetry that describes, and often praises, a landscape or place.
                  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Topographical_poetry
                  The man said it himself...
                  'Leave my TROLLS for all to seek'
                  19.25 on
                  https://youtu.be/8RzrIu3hMec?t=1165
                  'So hear me all and listen good' *panic* Yurt effort?

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                  • #10
                    The tinsmith learned his trade, like many other artisans, by serving an apprenticeship of 4 to 6 years with a master tinsmith. Apprenticeships were considered "indentures"

                    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tinsmith
                    The man said it himself...
                    'Leave my TROLLS for all to seek'
                    19.25 on
                    https://youtu.be/8RzrIu3hMec?t=1165
                    'So hear me all and listen good' *panic* Yurt effort?

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                    • #11
                      Tinker or tinkerer is an archaic term for an itinerant tinsmith who mends household utensils.

                      The term "tinker", in British English, may refer to a mischievous child.

                      A tinker's dam is a temporary patch to repair a hole in a metal vessel such as a pot or a pan. It was used by tinkers and was usually made of mud or clay, or sometimes other materials at hand, such as wet paper. (or a map )

                      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tinker
                      The man said it himself...
                      'Leave my TROLLS for all to seek'
                      19.25 on
                      https://youtu.be/8RzrIu3hMec?t=1165
                      'So hear me all and listen good' *panic* Yurt effort?

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                      • #12
                        tinker's toot -

                        Noun toot (plural toots)

                        1. The noise of a horn or whistle.
                        The man said it himself...
                        'Leave my TROLLS for all to seek'
                        19.25 on
                        https://youtu.be/8RzrIu3hMec?t=1165
                        'So hear me all and listen good' *panic* Yurt effort?

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                        • #13

                          Indenture - Historical usage

                          An indenture is a legal contract between two parties, particularly for indentured labour or a term of apprenticeship but also for certain land transactions. The term comes from the medieval English "indenture of retainer"[1] — a legal contract written in duplicate on the same sheet, with the copies separated by cutting along a jagged (toothed, hence the term "indenture") line so that the teeth of the two parts could later be refitted to confirm authenticity (Chirograph).[2] Each party to the deed would then retain a part. When the agreement was made before a court of law a tripartite indenture was made, with the third piece kept at the court. The term is used for any kind of deed executed by more than one party, in contrast to a deed poll which is made by one individual. In the case of bonds, the indenture shows the pledge, promises, representations and covenants of the issuing party.
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                          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indenture

                          Indenture in the chest confirmed?

                          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chirograph

                          Tally Stick https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tally_stick
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                          Come, mister tally man, tally me banana
                          Daylight come and me wan' go home

                          Last edited by BiggishShoes; 04-15-2019, 02:25 PM.
                          The man said it himself...
                          'Leave my TROLLS for all to seek'
                          19.25 on
                          https://youtu.be/8RzrIu3hMec?t=1165
                          'So hear me all and listen good' *panic* Yurt effort?

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                          • #14
                            The Banana Boat Song by the Tarriers (scant) 1957

                            https://youtu.be/F-aL7HHN_kw
                            The man said it himself...
                            'Leave my TROLLS for all to seek'
                            19.25 on
                            https://youtu.be/8RzrIu3hMec?t=1165
                            'So hear me all and listen good' *panic* Yurt effort?

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                            • #15
                              tarrier
                              /ˈtarɪə/
                              noun
                              LITERARY
                              noun: tarrier; plural noun: tarriers
                              1. a person who stays longer than intended.
                                "no true knight's a tarrier"
                              The man said it himself...
                              'Leave my TROLLS for all to seek'
                              19.25 on
                              https://youtu.be/8RzrIu3hMec?t=1165
                              'So hear me all and listen good' *panic* Yurt effort?

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