Bzzzzz #atozchallenge #haiku


 

Bee

diligent worker

bee shares fruits of his labor

don’t get too close

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I’ve had some unusual experience as a cyclist. One was cycling thought a semi-truckload of bee hive boxes. I assure you not all the bees stay in the box. My wide-eyed friend and I rode fast to get clear.

What would you do if you were face to face with hundreds of bees?

B

Bloggers I am reading today at the A to Z Challenge:

 

 

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20 thoughts on “Bzzzzz #atozchallenge #haiku

  1. Beautiful haiku, Leslie. So true. Bees are hardworkers and are a lovely sight, but get too close and annoy them, they will turn on you in an instant. Such a cheery photo to go along with the poem 🙂

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  2. When I first moved here 44 years ago there was a beekeeper up at the corner. The bees were great for the flower garden but I’m highly allergic so I really had to stay inside when they were around.

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  3. While bees are needed and are responsible for much of the food on your plate, yes, it makes sense to not get too close to them 😀

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  4. __Here, there are so many Cranberry bogs, and the bees aid the farmers. These pollen spreaders are far more defensive than aggressive, and just think of the honey; to be stingless, we try to… not cause them to beecome Confrontational. -C- _m

    bee bogs
    beyond these bedded blooms
    cranberries

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  5. I love your haiku, Leslie! Yes, let the bee focus on the task at hand. And, thank you for mentioning me! I am following you too and look forward to reading more! ☺️

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