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There is a flower that bees prefer...

There is a flower that Bees prefer—
And Butterflies—desire—
To gain the Purple Democrat
The Humming Bird—aspire—

And Whatsoever Insect pass—
A Honey bear away… 125 more words


Fame Is a Bee

Fame is a bee.

It has a song –

It has a sting –

Ah, too, it has a wing.

Emily Dickinson



“A SOMETHING in a summer’s day,
As slow her flambeaux burn away,
Which solemnizes me.

A something in a summer’s noon,—
An azure depth, a wordless tune, 43 more words


The Ray Bradbury Challenge: Day 300

Short story: Kaleidoscope by Ray Bradbury, from The Illustrated Man and Other Stories.

Poem: The Soul Selects Her Her Own Society by Emily Dickinson, listened to through Librivox. 26 more words

The Ray Bradbury Challenge


Who robed the woods,
The happy woods?
The frolicksome trees
Had shed their flowers and leaves
Their fantasies to please.
I scanned their bits, offended, 26 more words

Emily Dickinson


Cards, bath salts, flowers, chocolate, cookies, walks, lunches, notes, phone calls.

Hugs.  Lots of hugs.

Tears shared.***

My family.

My friends. 114 more words