Poetry: ~Sun Kissed Wings~

sun kissed wings, glistening bright

glimpses of movement within sight

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honey bees flitting here, there

tiny beauties carrying pollen with skilled flair

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bush to bush, flower to flower

working hard, hour by hour

~ 

busy they must be

pollination, a major key

~

purpose, transferring this golden essence

no life without the bees presence

~

pure honey, another miracle achieved

many gifts we receive

~

where do bees go, when day turns to twilight

a secret, a mystery of the night

                                                                                     By Sheila: August 29 2013

In Flight
honey bees flitting here, there
Honey Bees love Speedwell Flowers
bush to bush, flower to flower
(photo taken June 6, 2013)
Pollination, a major key
pollination, a major key

6 thoughts on “Poetry: ~Sun Kissed Wings~”

    1. Gay, after all these years I fondly remember the name and face of my kindergarten teacher. She played the piano for us! I bet your little students remember you! Thank you Gay.

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