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Shredding Poems & Shopping Local

To every office and neighborhood
the EcoShredding truck does go
Travis knows the way
to shred every day
It’s all done on-site you know…

Every customer thinks it’s good
to watch their papers shred
Into particle size
Right before their eyes
So nothing can be read.

We do what no office-sized shredder could
That’s offer peace of mind
With pieces so small
Nothing’s legible at all
No information left to find.
EcoShredding’s a local, family-owned biz
Please remember this holiday
We invite you to shop
Your local mom & pop

On Small Business Saturday!

(Saturday, November 28, 2015)

The EcoSrhedding Poem is inspired by “Over the River and Through the Wood,” a Thanksgiving poem, written by  New England poet, novelist, journalist, and teacher, Lydia Maria Child, in 1844. Also known as “The New-England Boy’s Song about Thanksgiving Day,” Child’s poem was originally published in “Flowers for Children, Volume 2,” in the mid-19th Century.

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