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  1. Cathy says:

    We have two rakes like that. It was great when the grand kids were younger and wanted to rake the leaves. . .now they need to be fixed or disposed of. We did get a new rake! Wonderful post that may require some action here!

  2. JC says:

    Well, dear Mark. What are you waiting for? 😉

  3. Lea says:

    If you wait too long… that rake will be buried in leaves, dear Mark!

  4. gemma says:

    Broken tools are always saved here. Don’t now why. They never get fixed. Possible future use?

  5. Garden sheds are notorious for holding all sorts of chores. It is a good place to keep them.

  6. rebecca says:

    i would make a perfect company to your broken rake, waiting.patiently. in the garden shed!

  7. Marit says:

    It’s that time of the year, yes… I don’t know how your shed smells but the moment I read your haiku, I scensed the smell of my grandma’s shed… soil mixed with old apples and potatoes.. lovely!

  8. Lovely autumnal haiku ~ broken? ~ perhaps ~ but still giving with its artistic look ~ ^_^

    Happy Day to You,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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