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Found Poetry: The Freezer
Found by Marshall Higgins III

I have an old freezer. It is 5 foot long, rusty and about 30 inches wide and about 36 inches deep. It is in my garage.

It is not frost free, but I have never defrosted it. The duct tape to hold the seal is pretty good.

It is free. It will be available Sept twenty something. I am storing Emu in it for a friend that is another funny story.

You can use my truck to take it home anywhere in Harvey County.

P.s. If you don't take it, it may end up on your porch! (This threat is real, if you live on main street.)