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Help Save the Little Bee

Updated on March 18, 2017
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Help Save the Little Bee by Diana Pierce

“Help me, help me”, said the little bee.

“Keep that bug spray away from me.”

The bee is a pollinator of great demand.

They are fruit's and vegetable's survival plan.

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The danger of losing the bees is real,

So we all need to make it a great big deal.

Danger to the land of milk and honey,

To lose the bees, it’s sure not funny.

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The flowers bloom and the birds will sing.

And the busy little bee will do his thing.

He collects pollen on his sticky little feet,

Blossom to blossom each one meets,

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A gentle fuse from plant to plant,

A distributing force, imagine that.

Buzzing, flying, beneath the sun,

Choosing flowers one by one,

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Everyone gains when timing right,

It is nature’s way to win the fight.

Save the bees, supply them power,

Plant your vacant spots with flowers,

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Roadside curbs and rest stop sights,

Make the land pretty while doing right,

Voice the reason extra clear,

Make this threat just disappear.

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Every woman, child, and man,

Benefit from the bee’s survival plan.

If not for the work of that busy little bee,

What will happen to you and to me?

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Save the bees, save mankind,

Use an understanding mind.

How much time will we need?

Let’s not wait. Go plant those seeds.

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      Diana L Pierce 5 months ago from Potter County, Pa.

      I'm glad you like it, Nithya Venkat. Thank you for your feedback.

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      Nithya Venkat 5 months ago from Dubai

      Great poem with an important message, to save the bees.

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      Diana L Pierce 5 months ago from Potter County, Pa.

      Thank you, Leslie. Share away. I hope the message gets all around the world.

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      Buster Johnson 5 months ago from Alabama

      I loved this and want to share with my mom. Great job!

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      Diana L Pierce 5 months ago from Potter County, Pa.

      Yes, smcopywrite everything surely does have a purpose. I appreciate your opinion on this. Thank you for stopping by.

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      smcopywrite 5 months ago from all over the web

      everything has a purpose to the circle of life. bees are much more important than most of us imagine. the first thought coming to mind when imagining bees is not great. though, without them we are in big trouble. these intelligent creatures are more than just beautiful to look at.

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      Diana L Pierce 5 months ago from Potter County, Pa.

      Thank you, Greg. A recent plea from a cereal company inspired me to write this poem. They are giving away wildflower seeds for the cause to get people involved.

      Thank you, Erin for your kind comment. I'm so glad you like it.

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      Erin Bower 5 months ago from Georgia

      Love this creative and timely little poem! I could imagine little bees swarming around when I read this. I could easily see them flying around hurriedly, because of the short and choppy phrases of this poem. Good job!

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      greg g zaino 5 months ago from L'America- Big Pine Key, Florida

      Thank you, Diana.

      An honorable fight- a plea to be understood and heard globally.

      Keep it up!

      ggz