Pollination Poem by Douglas Nichols

Pollination

Each little flower
Bathes in the sun's shower,
Reflecting a wavelength of light.

Radiantly it beams,
Attracting small winged things...
Offering them drinks of delight.

In exchange for the treat,
Pollen beads onto their feet
And is carried to the next feeding place

Where some rubs off the bead,
Causing mixture of seed...
Allowing the flower to continue its race.

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Science can be so fun! Understanding how it works, causes aw and causes marvelling at the magnificance of God's creations.
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