Sunday, April 12, 2015

An original children's poem, by me.

Please enjoy, but please don't share without proper credit, and a link to this blog. Thanks ever so!




                                    There's a Bumbledy Bee

                                         In the Appledy Tree

                                                       by

                                                    Nicole Kapise Perkins
                                                                (Copyright 2013)

 

 

 Pink blossoms, blue sky;

Gray bark, branches high.

Look carefully, what do you see?

There's a bumbledy bee in the appledy tree.

 

Petals falling, pollen golden;

Take a walk with eyes wide open.

Look, there, do you see?

There's a bumbledy bee in the appledy tree.

 

Sweet scent in the air,

Leaves rustle here and there.

So much going on, but can you see?

There's a bumbledy bee in the appledy tree.

 

Flowers shiver, branches quiver;

Lots of pollen to deliver.

Busy, busy as can be,

There's a bumbledy bee in the appledy tree.

 

Buzzing, humming, wings thrumming;

Laughter, smiles, children running.

Everyone's happy, full of glee

Just like the bumbledy bee in the appledy tree.

 

She zips away, so much to do;

All too soon spring will be through.

You lead a busy life, I can see.

Goodbye, bumbledy bee in the appledy tree.

 

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