poet Norman Rowland Gale

Norman Rowland Gale

Bees

You voluble,
Velvety
Vehement fellows
That play on your
Flying and
Musical cellos,
All goldenly
Girdled you
Senerade clover,
Each artist in
Bass but a
Bibulous rover!

You passionate,
Powdery
Pastoral bandits,
Who gave you your
Roaming and
Rollicking mandates?
Come out of my
Foxglove; come
Out of my roses
You bees with the
Plushy and
Plausible noses!

Poem Submitted: Friday, January 3, 2003

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  • Courtney B. (1/18/2009 2:01:00 PM)

    Your poem has good rythmn and great vocabulary! Keep up the good work.

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