Hi everyone! First time poster, long time stalker. ABIEH. I'm personally of the belief that Ed is being both cryptic and simple. Reader, if for any reason you do not like what I say in this little book...Why say? Why not " have written"? I believe it is because it is in the " saying". Having learnt many languages, the very first thing i do, is learn the phonetic sounds of an alphabet. We all did this with english, growing up!
Combinations of letter sounds, can make a meaning completely different.
A BOOK IN EVERY HOME. For example:
E: as air
OM: as ohm, resistance.
YH: as wire.
R: as are.
EVE: as heavy or heavier.
IN: as iron or ion or plain old in.
OK: as oak or OOK: as hook.
BO: as bow. Or AB said as up.
AIR RESISTANCE WIRE ARE HEAVY IN HOOK UP?
Is his quarrying tool an oak bow?
Could an iron bow, refer to a bow collector on a tram, which looks remarkably like the pmh?
Some things to ponder?!?
Looking forward to your thoughts.