Pook

A heap, spec. (a) a haycock; a roughly assembled heap of hay, oats, barley, or other unsheafed produce, not more than 5 feet high, pitched together for carting to a rick; (b) a tall stack of corn, wheat, etc., in the sheaf, in the form of a steep cone 9 or 10 feet high, built up temporarily in the harvest field to dry grain before it is carried to the main rick.
“pook, n.” OED Online, Oxford University Press, March 2018, www.oed.com/view/Entry/147714. Accessed 16 April 2018.

This looks terible, but I think I got screentone somewhat figured out. I’ve been doing it wrong the whole time.

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