Who trusts the little bumblebee that it will not sting?
A little fairy on a bough with brightly shining wings
She trusts the little bumblebee that it will harm her, not.
That is a little fact you know, that we have most forgot
A little bee won’t harm us, to them that’s suicide
Instead we shouldn’t flap our arms; just let them fly right by
The noble bumblebee, what will we do without?
It’s such a shame we forget them, and give them all a clout
Without their grace and charm, we will have no farms
Without their working ways, in the meadow won’t be hay
Without them it won’t be funny, we need more than just their honey
Just think about them as friends, and their life never put an end
Bees should last forever, without them we will starve
Bees should be protected, both near and far
So if you care about the world, just remember this
Bees are there for us, do not treat them amiss
© Tina Cousins 2013