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What is meant by "no change though you lie under the land you used to plough"? his fields have not been touched since he died. life has gone on without him. his horses do not miss him.

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Justin Parker on November 6, 2018

The quotation given above is from A. E. Housman. This is the reality of a poem, "The Road of Danger, Guilt, and Shame: The Lonely Way". And based on this metaphor, which means that its fields have not been touched since his death. When he died, he was buried in the same field and, since then, this land has never been touched.

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