Plans made today, to move my shed:
turn, pull, place, via grease-sleeper sled.
Tirfors engaged, off discussed points:
Fears for the shed’s, and my stiff joints.
Stress on structures – bodies and boards
– distributed off two steel cords.
To then be towed, in slow-motion;
slow-drawn drags, on fag-backed notions.
Each inch of shifting-movement, slow,
a daunting five metres to tow.
All grinding, groaned slid hours we pull,
could conspire in my sledged-shed’s fall.