Spring Equinox

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Is she drunk, this bumblebee,

as she stumbles and crawls

inside the crocus flower?

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She is certainly bedraggled,

having just woken

from a very long sleep,

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and in the urgent need

to drink a flower’s nectar

she forgot her usual early morning cleansing.

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I love this busy Moma,

this fuzzy beastie, little Queen,

all hum and quiver,

full of vigour.

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14 thoughts on “Spring Equinox

  1. Lovely, upliftning photos and text.
    Wonderful and light (in the midst of chaos).
    Thank you very much 🙂
    (tried to push ‘like’ button, but I have some tech
    problems this end, so I hope to ‘like’ later 😉 ).

      1. Thank you Clive. I think that was my first sighting of a bumblebee in my little garden! Bring on some more sunshine and warmth.

  2. Her hair-do made me smile! We saw some deleriously drunken bees on a willow tree full of catkins the other day in the warm sunshine, it was the most uplifting, life-affirming, thing in the world to stand and watch.

    1. This year the spring feels like it is later and I can’t believe I didn’t pot up any crocus! The bees that I have seen this year are the Garden or Early Bumblebees (B.pratorum) and they have been able to feed at the crocus in the borders. Lovely; your delirious bees aren’t restricted by any of the Covid rules! Is that how we’ll be when the time arrives? 🙏

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