Categories
Shed News

Rhyme-Botherer’s Garden Shed a poem

Sheddie Rogan Whitenails emailed me this wonderful poem about his shed.

The Rhyme-Botherer’s Garden Shed

Shedspla! my shed:
Just once, let me find shortbread
In the shortbread tin, not screws;
Let the bolts in the jam jars bruise
Easily!
Is white spirit as mild as the moisty
Mizzle of morn, when supped
From the gowpen of two hands cupped;
As scant in the mouth, as faint,
Ill-equipped to thin paint,
Though it thins the thirst well enough?

You can read more of his stuff on his blog or buy his books over on amazon.

By Andrew Wilcox

I love sheds

Founder & judge of Shed of the year - Wilco writes mainly about sheds.

About the blog

Enter your shed into #shedoftheyear

Get sheds in your inbox

%d bloggers like this: