David Robert Baker


A poem for a Daisy


A Daisy is a flower, all yellow and white,
A Bee is an insect, which is attracted by light,
For the Daisy could be art, drawn really sunny,
For the Bee pollinates, to make his honey,
A group of Daisy’s is known as a Chain,
A Bee has a stinger he could cause you pain,
But who is this Bee, we talk about?
Lets hope we do not ware him out,

A Daisy is fragile, so soft and calm,
A Bee buzzes loud, but he means no harm,
For the Daisy sways, within a breeze,
For the Bee fly’s around and nests in trees,
A Daisy will grow within the meadow,
A Bee has stripes, black and yellow,
But tell me more about this Bee,
If you don’t I might just flee

A Daisy is my friend, so beautiful and kind,
A Bee is so small; please don’t leave him behind,
For the Daisy listens when you’re upset,
For the Bee lost a friend, it’s a massive regret,
A Daisy is full of so much joy
A Bee dances round, like a little young boy
But let me tell you more of this Bee,
Alright you got it, it is indeed me.

Submitted: Monday, October 24, 2011
Edited: Monday, October 24, 2011

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