Rooster Land — Dig Site — Cherdre
Title: Cherdre
Subtext: It's in the ether.
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Date: 07 Mar 15 (Saturday in the PM)
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Time: 2 minutes
Replies: 19
Revisions: 20
Publicity: Workshop
In a damp room in Carrick on Shannon, in the year 1615, an Irish monk carries on a silent meditation with a cherry that rests in his mouth. Occasionally, he removes the . . . it goes on – however, this piece is for writers.

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