Creech St. Michael - Blossom
Flower to flower
Petal to petal
Pollen to hive
Wow its bee heaven
-- Toby Willcocks --


Trees with blossom
Twinkle with white
Grows everyday
Never makes a noise

I am a nectar collector
I go in and out of blossoms
I make my honey
And go back to my hive

I carry nectar on my legs
And carry it to my hive
I sting people
When they come too close

But they go home
And eat my honey
Spread it on toast
For their dinner.
-- Harriet Chinn --


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
The sun shining,
your feet wet from walking
around the beautiful trees
blossom everywhere
-- Chris Nation --


Buzzing about the buzz of me
Bees make honey

Grey squirrels love apple pips
Wind breaks and alder trees doing a special job

Orchard at autumn with rosie red apples
-- Beth Tarr --


Dogs bark
Trees creak
Trains clatter
Bees bumble
Tractors rumble
Birds twitter
People chatter

Enchanting sounds fill your ears

Trees sway
Bids flutter
Deer gallop
Blossom grows into apples
Rabbits jump
Maggots eat the apples
Owls hoot at night.
-- April Bishop --



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