Creech St. Michael - Blossom
Look at the blossom see it grow
I fly from tree to tree
Collecting nectar
Honey for the queen bee
-- William Trott --


Queen bee, big, fat leader in charge
Her servants collect the nectar
From the trees she never sees.

Hedgy the Hedgehog
Blond cloud spikes
Night black black back
And wood brown face

Apples are red
All juicy inside
I like Howgate
And sometimes they're late
-- Ryan Pittard --


Dear Tree Blosssom
Haven't seen you for ages
I saw a dog in the honey wood
I just like to say I've gone a long way
Since the last time
I went looking for honey

Bye for now Bee
-- Hannah Condick --


Group Poems
Miseltoe high up in the sky
Pink blossom all pink and fluffy
Just starting to grow

Tractors scatter the field
Wind blows with breeze
Trees smell with blossom
It smells so sweet
It is all so pink and fluffy
And then it grows and grows
-- Cameron Isherwood --


There was a little tree with blossom
It swayed and blew in the breeze
The blossom flew off the trees
And floated on the breeze

Row upon row of apple trees
Swayed upon the breeze

As I walked through the trees
I heard the birds tweating
As they flew tree to tree
The tractors were humming as they worked to and fro
-- Rebecca Sydenham --


Trees with apples
Blossom grows
Bees buzz
Grass mowed

In memory of the Queen Bee

Apples are red
Apples green
Apples may be pink
But this doesn't change the way we think
-- Finley Grout --



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