Tim GorskiPoetry and Art By Tim Gorski from All-Creatures.org



Bee's Knees

Once there was a little bee
Whose knees were as busy as could be
They'd fly from flower to flower
Helping them bloom hour by hour

The bee knew the value of its knees
As it spread pollen with ease
From sunflowers tall to cherry trees
Its knees were essential, you see

Without them, the flowers would cry
And the trees would wither and die
But with the bee's knees, all is right
Nature's balance is a beautiful sight

So here's to the little bee
And its knees, so vital and key
May they keep buzzing for all to see
Helping the world bloom with glee

Bee's Knees

Tim Gorski 2023

 

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