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Poem Details | by SHARON MASON |
Categories: death, imagination,

BUMBLE BEE

AS I WAS SITTING BENEATH THE SHADE OF A WILLOW TREE
READING MY BOOK IN COMPLETE PEACE, RESTING MY BACK
AGAINST THE BIG OLD TREE, SUDDENLY I WAS DRIFTING OF TO SLEEP,
DOWN FROM THE TREE FELL A BUMBLE BEE;

DOWN FROM THE SKY, DOWN THROUGH THE TREE BAM!  HE FELL ON ME;
HE COULD NOT FLY ANY LONGER,
HE SAID TO ME IN COMPLETE HORROR;
THE AIR IS TOO HEAVY FOR ME TO FLY IN;
WHAT ARE YOU DOING TO ME, AND MY FRIENDS, 

WE MAKE THE HONEY THICK AND SWEET;
SO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY HAVE SWEET TEA TO DRINK;
WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO OUR COLORFUL FLOWERS;
THEIR BITTER AND DRY THEY DON'T LAST MANY HOURS;

SO MUCH THE BUMBLE BEE HAD TO SAY BUT;
BEFORE HE COULD FINISH HE PASTED AWAY.