I was lying on the bed
Time out, like my guru said.
Breathing, slowing, letting go
Listening for things, that I know
Are already in my heart, not in my head.
My head tends to get misled
By other people, by the noise,
That is society and its woes.
So, I was lying there, quite relaxed,
“Raising my vibrations” – to the max,
They were so high, they were loud!
As I lay there on a cloud
Drifting, peacefully, and near
Gentle humming caught my ear.
My vibrations! Yes that’s them!
Getting louder, closer. Then,
I decided they were real,
not imagined, as I heal.
So, I drifted from my cloud,
Got up slowly. It was loud!
Quite confused, I looked outside,
Through the window, open wide.
I saw darkness, it was buzzing!
There were bees! And not a dozen!
There were hundreds, thousands, more!
So I panicked! Closed the door,
Closed the window, held my head,
What to do? They never said!
Bee emergencies? Who knew?
So I span around – Who??? Who???
‘Twas school pick up time, of course,
Mother instinct hit full force.
I couldn’t leave the house, with bees
All around. Hell would freeze,
If I were to expose my boys,
To those stings and the noise!
It was quite scary, let’s be clear,
Bees are my friends, but not too near,
And not in those numbers! So I rang
First school and then a friend.
Then I connected to the net,
Because it hasn’t failed me yet.
Tech Shannon was now on his way,
To kill and take those bees away.
There were bees flying all around,
The garden, house and on the ground.
So he suited up and said,
“Just stay inside, they will be mad!”
So I huddled on my bed,
While Shannon killed those bees, quite dead…
It wasn’t pleasant. I didn’t like it.
Bees are my friends. But I didn’t pike it…
I watched as bees were squished and sprayed.
I wished that I had delayed
My call, to find a better way…
A brand new hive, far away…
RIP, dear scary bees.
Next time, go somewhere else, do, please!
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