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North American Dreaming: The Honey Bee Buzz

William Burkholder's poem suggests we can learn from the busy honey bee.

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Honey bee's dancing,
On petal's stage,
Yellow and black,
He's all the rage,
Wings never seen,
They buzz so fast,
Save for when he's sleeping,
lying in the grass.
Little honeybee,
With lessons looming large,
A tool in nature,
In which we are charged,
To be brothers and sisters,
Caretakers too,
To reap the benny's,
Of the honey bee's brew.
Honey bee buzzing, buzzing, buzzzzzing.
His gift to me and you.


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