What (A) (B)ee (C)ees

A

Air so lovely, 

air so light.

B

Buzzing contently, 

being in flight.

C

Colors so bold, 

colors so bright.

D

Dancing, they fold; 

daisies sway in delight.

E

Everything has song, 

even the sky.

F

For here I belong, 

free, here I can fly.

G

Going right and left, 

go over the locked gate.

H

Here is a small cleft, 

how could I wait?

I

In and through I go! 

Imagine, how much more to see.

J

Journeying high and low; 

just the flowers, butterflies, and me.

K

Keep twisting and spinning, 

keep soaring through.

L

Lakes - with ducks and fish swimming; 

little turtles are here, too!

M

Many friends to make, 

much pollen to taste.

N

Not from this dream to wake, 

never to leave in haste.

O

Oh, what a large tree! 

Old, strong, and giving shade.

P

Perched way above me, 

proudly, the birds serenade.

Q

Quickly the animals run, 

quietly they hide.

R

'Round the garden, 

running out of sight.

S

Sunlight dimly glows; 

soon, the sun will set.

T

Time when rest grows, 

the breeze is gentle yet.

U

Up and down, flower to flower; 

until I'm entirely satisfied.

V

Visiting here to the last hour, 

very truly, here I'll always reside.

W

What wonders I've seen, 

what places I've been.

X

X-x, kiss kiss; 

I must be on my way.

Y

Yes, this place, my heart will miss. 

Yet, I'll return another day.

Z

"Zzz - farewell! Zzz - Goodbye!" 

the bee says with a buzz - flying into the sunset sky.

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