I dabble in creative writing here and there. Wordsmiths like Tolkien and Lovecraft are a pleasure to read for their sheer skill in sentence structure and plethora of words.
I'm now attempting to learn how to end sentences with "hence". I saw such a sentence recently and I enjoyed it very much. But while I've looked at the meaning to be "from here" as an archaic usage of the word, I don't entirely have a feeling and inner understanding for how this structure works. Normally I'd improve this by reading and exposing myself to it, but alas, in this case, there aren't many hence-ending sentences I'm able to find.
So I ask you here, to give me some examples of them. Or perhaps, point me in the right direction.