This entry is part 21 of 22 in the series Alternate Histories


tree upended
made to flower downward
into the dark sky of the dead

who feed & return
who stand in circles
& spring after spring resprout
leaves of malachite


Wikipedia: “Theories about the site have focused on the idea of inversion, as represented by the upside-down central tree stump and the single post turned 180 degrees from the others within the circle itself. The theme of inversion has been noticed in some Early Bronze Age burials.”

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2 Replies to “Seahenge”

    1. Yes. I learned about it from a YouTubed Channel 4 documentary by the British archaeologist Francis Pryor (whose second wife is a specialist in prehistoric wood and was responsible for dating it).

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