Warren Augustus de Guzman
Bees - Poem by Warren Augustus de Guzman
Vibrant orange sunflowers in summer’s daylight
Provide sweet temptation for those weary of flight.
The soft petals welcome tired legs & wings
& the warm nectar in their center calmly sings.
No more like cries out! Screams! Begs!
“Take us with your stinger between your legs!
Take us high through the sky to your honey pot!
Press us, churn us, sting us till we’re hot! ”
Creamy Sweet honey Oozing from your nest
Dripping down to suckle on earth’s plump breast,
Feeding all with delightful sugary sweet goodness
On bread, on toast, on beautiful skin undressed!
Taken in through the lips, sweet satisfaction
Taken in on the tongue, nervous distraction!
Buzzing around in your head like the bees,
The thought of it all, such a wonderful tease.
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