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Bee visiting a poppy in bloom at Mission San Juan Capistrano, Southern California

From bees of either gender
I tend to run and hide.
I fear that they will harm me
The longer I’m outside.
Indoors, away from stingers,
I find a book or two
To while away the daylight,
Until the bees are through.

Poem © 2017 and photo © 2012 by Magical Mystical Teacher
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