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Bumblebees Poems

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Oh Passiflora, flower of passion,
At the pinnacle of flower fashion.
Near-naked garbed in deep purple-pink plush
Displays that make the begonias blush.

Your Summer’s secret garden is burning,
Leaving the lusting young lovers yearning.
Stirring the manhood of the bumblebees,
And sirening hummingbirds from the trees.

Before...Read More
Categories: bumblebees, flower, lust, seasons,
Form: Rhyme

Smell, sound, taste, touch
The smell of the roses fragrance,
the sound of bumblebees humming,
the taste of rain drops gently falling to my lips,
the touch of soft flower petals.

I love to smell the fragrance of flowers,
I love to listen the the sound of bumblebees humming...Read More
Categories: bumblebees, rose, senses,
Form: Free verse
Write humor, sing of joy!
Sing of the beauty of rabbits
and toys.
Shout from the rooftops about 
the of the beauty of winds
and the trees.
Weep over loss and heartaches 
or sting of bumblebees!
Of courage or perhaps a little girl's
skinned knees.

Just sit at...Read More
Categories: bumblebees, feelings, happy, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
Wasps vs Bumblebees
Just like time
Wasps can sneak
up on you
to take a peek

They're nasty bugs
Who sting and chase
According to them
the world is a race!

But bumblebees
are big and fat
you can see them well
unlike a gnat.

And bumblebees
you can trust 
they won't try to take
your pizza...Read More
Categories: bumblebees, insect,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member - Summer Conclusion -

                             Goodbye to soaking wet summer
      ...Read More
Categories: bumblebees, goodbye, summer,
Form: Free verse

To steal the moon
Translated by Przemyslaw Musialowski 9/2/2019

Maybe I will steal the moon - all alone
Although allegedly there were once two*.
Because the moon is full only for a moment
- so I will fly there where he is just rising up.

And maybe I'll meet...Read More
Categories: bumblebees, moon, philosophy, stars,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Summer's Spell
Don't awaken me from this Summer spell,
the one that I have been waiting for
since freshets announced themselves
in Spring rivers and streams,
since crocuses began pushing their way
steadily up through almost melted
clumps of snow,
since brilliant black and yellow bumblebees
began darting about the...Read More
Categories: bumblebees, august, dream, magic, nature, nostalgia, summer, sun,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Theres Nothing Precious As The Bees
A Monotetra

You may see a fluttering bee,
in the forest, or on a leaf,
of some sweet and gummy tree;
leave him be, leave him be.

Perhaps he’ll hum around a flower,
in some green and mossy bower;
that little bee has oh, such power;
leave him...Read More
Categories: bumblebees, animal, appreciation, insect, nature, poems, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Lovely Flowers
Magenta, purple and white colored Sweet pea flowers
Have spread their charming blooms all over
Cuddling all the bushes and trees in the path
They have enriched the atmosphere 

Their embraces are unrestricted
Their friendships are affectionate
Happily mingling with daisies and prime roses 
They...Read More
Categories: bumblebees, appreciation, beauty, encouraging, flower, friendship, nature, summer,
Form: Personification
Premium Member westbound

westbound wind and
hues of rosy lilac
~dance of bumblebees

posted on July 19, 2019...Read More
Categories: bumblebees, color, flower, insect, nature, summer, uplifting, wind,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Butterflies Dragonflies and Bees
They flitter and flirt. They flutter, and I have to take an extra close look.
Are they faeries, brownies, butterflies, bees, dragonflies or what?
They are similar in a lot of ways and they all land on flowers.

Tiny blue moths languish on...Read More
Categories: bumblebees, flower, garden,
Form: Verse
Premium Member A Bee in My Bonnet
Behold the busy bumblebee
Gath'ring pollen and nectar, his treasure.
He transports it home
To be stored in a comb
For his queen to dine on at her leisure.

How doth the humble bumblebee
Manage all that he does without stumbling?
He toils night and day,
Earning minimum...Read More
Categories: bumblebees, humor,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member - Ahh, Spring Has Finally Sprung -

Spring has a contagious laughter
A redemption with warm and tender words
Its oblique sun through virgin quivering,
with May green wooden crowns
There is no doubt that it tickles a little extra in the body
Butterflies, beautiful creatures in many different colors
And now the...Read More
Categories: bumblebees, beautiful, nature, spring,
Form: Free verse
Bumblebee, Queen of Wildflowers
Spring thaw brings her out of hibernation 
She’s looking for a burrow to call home
To build cups of nectar near a mountain
She is a queen, and more than just a drone.

Black fur, and yellow cover their bodies
As they fly to...Read More
Categories: bumblebees, nature,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Singularity and Similarity
At the beginning of time 
you looked like a green singularity, 
a botanical thing itself,
but a couple of weeks ago the space of the lawn in front of my house
lighted a sun, 
yellow and not very hot,
around which the furry...Read More
Categories: bumblebees, nature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Garden Guests
With wind wisps, she sways like an anchored sailor,
dressed in queenly array that'd impress any tailor,
with gentle petals, as soft as a lofty gown
and stamen arranged like a radiant, jeweled crown.

Bachelor buttons are sown, as if to a lovely garment.
The...Read More
Categories: bumblebees, art, beauty, children, clothes, flower, garden, wisdom,
Form: Rhyme
Isis stole my son
Isis stole my son.
My hand was clasped, tight, I swear
Our fingers entwined, as he tugged me, eagerly, around the fair

From the ducks, to the teacups, his smile was mine alone
We were two, hand in hand, tone within tone.

A plane, it...Read More
Categories: bumblebees, anger, anti bullying, boy, child, childhood, corruption,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Noah's On The Far Side
Past the haze of campfires glow,
Along the rocky shore, where
Fireflies dance & laughter rolls,
The Raven waits for me.

Butterflies and Bumblebees,
Blind to futures past, await the 
Day the harvest brings, the songs
Of journeys last.

Until that time, the calm I seek,
Must scurry...Read More
Categories: bumblebees, allegory,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member bumblebees

in clover fields
all's right with the world

posted on July 23, 2018...Read More
Categories: bumblebees, insect, nature, summer, world,
Form: Haiku
The Bitterness of Honey

The day’s been impressively amazing
Because everything was entertaining
Birds sang sweetly in shrubs like Hellen
On blossoms lots of bees sought pollen  

Bumblebees have been busy like a hussy
Feeling how the day has been shambolic
Because on the path, I heard a...Read More
Categories: bumblebees, allusion, analogy, anxiety,
Form: ABC
Premium Member What Brings Out the Worst in Me

I’m not, by nature, violent.
I curb my urges to lash out
with ire, but there are times my pent-
up anger makes me want to shout
at those who trounce on my last nerve:
a man whose long, strong fingers drum
Lone Ranger’s theme song...Read More
Categories: bumblebees, anger, anxiety,
Form: Rhyme
I have just been confounded by nature on so many counts. I have been commenting on bumblebees not being seen in any quantity over most of the month, and today two species. Not abundant, but present, and pleasantly surprised I...Read More
Categories: bumblebees, nature,
Form: Haibun
A HAIKU ANTHOLOGY - 03-30-2018

land... a barren waste
the seven seas, future steam
climate warming

a weed to thee
the scarlet pimpernel

yellow sapphires... light banks
there are no shadows

the only animal
to live in hope... humans
reality rules

building on mountains
in hope... they will not slide
false security

knelt before lava
red hot devastation... flows
what...Read More
Categories: bumblebees, nature,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Springtime
What a most amazing day
see spring flowers on display 
shining brightly, their array
charms in every single way!

On this blessed day in May
birds build nests without delay 
see the ground squirrels as they play
hummingbirds are here to stay. 

Butterflies flit round...Read More
Categories: bumblebees, nature, spring,
Form: Monorhyme
The hot summer Sun

Looking up when I run

Across the shore

I like to explore

The big palm trees

With big bumblebees

Flying up high

In the sky....Read More
Categories: bumblebees, happy,
Form: Rhyme