The Old Man’s Shed
by Tim Miller

The stakes grunted beneath his old mallet, slowly marking off another spring garden. But it’s winter now and there’s his oldest tossing each soil-browned stake aside before turning to the shed, a huge tarp and chainlink improvisation like some low burial mound only he could enter upright, bent over as he already was. He would … Continue reading The Old Man’s Shed
by Tim Miller

Tim Miller

Tim Miller’s most recent book is the long narrative poem, To the House of the Sun (S4N Books). His other fiction and poetry have appeared in Londongrip, Poethead, The Journal (Wales), The Basil O’Flaherty, The High Window, and others. He writes about poetry, history and religion at www.wordandsilence.com