Kingsbury Episcopi - Blossom
Blossom poem

Bees, nectar, clover
Honey and larvae
Pollen on their legs
Queen bees, female bees.

A new tree has emerged
On a foggy night
Pixies live in a hole in the tree.
Roses are red
And violets are blue.
-- George Loxston --


Bees, trees, pollen and honey
-- Keziah Fuller --


Orchard Poem

Trees are fun
Trees are beautiful
We climb them, we pick
Nice juicy fruit off the trees
When the trees flower
It falls to the ground
It looks like a pink and white wonder land

The blossom is beautiful
White and pink
When it comes anyone can see
And here is the blossom swaying
In the night wind and you hear the sheep
And lambs going BAAAA in the night.
-- Kyle Butler --


Group Poems
Imaginary Orchard

An enchanted forest
With beautiful trees
They have delicate fingers
Covered in jewels
Snow white butterflies
Fluttering in the breeze
So angelic
Dipped in grace
Its like angels
Watching over us
In paradise.
-- Martha Parkinson --


Orchard poem

Lots of blossom blowing in the wind
The flowers are attracting bees
Ten million bees going tree to tree
Making us honey giving us money
There's dew on the ground making lots of sound
Squelching, squidging through the wet grass
There's a column of trees blowing in the breeze
-- Chris Glyde --


Bee Poem

Bees sting,
Bees make honey for us to eat
They fly all day long
So that they may feed themselves
and they make honey
Which is worth a lot of money
And the honey is very yummy
They are black and yellow
And the queen bee is very bossy.
-- Kyle Butler --



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