On World Bee Day, we celebrate the tiny heroes,
Buzzing and bustling, as nature's key zeroes.
In gardens and meadows, they tirelessly roam,
Pollinating flowers, ensuring life's tome.
With wings aflutter, they dance in the air,
Transferring life's essence with tender care.
From flower to flower, their mission unfolds,
Nature's harmonious story they've been told.
With delicate wings, they spread life's seed,
Ensuring the growth of every plant and weed.
Their honey sweet, a golden gift they create,
A taste of nature's magic, we truly appreciate.
But bees face challenges, their numbers decline,
Loss of habitat and pesticides intertwine.
So let's come together, on this special day,
To protect and preserve, in every possible way.
Well said, pesticides like glyphosates have killed over 60% of all pollinators since 1980 by farmers, Council's and individuals. I hope your poem gets in Best Member Poems
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