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Queen Bee

The queen bee sits upon her throne,
Insuring that she's never alone.

Carefully cultivating every one,
Molding every mother's son.

Nurturing life throughout the hive,
Making sure it stays alive.

Making sure that she's the one,
When all is said, all is done.

She picks her drones carefully,
And cultivates them with care.

She wouldn't want her nest,
Sullied by a wild old hair.

From the head of a dread,
Challenge from within.

She has carefully defined,
What is and is not, sin.

And if, by chance, you cross her path,
Without permission given.

You are banished from hive,
For the life you're living.

Laughing out loud is her sting,
Full of sarcastic venom.

She makes of you the laughing stock.
In her matriarchy of women.

The queen of kings, hollow rings,
A hive built like a small town.

With a single stroke of gray smoke,
Her house of cards comes down.

The smoke of gray on the head,
Of the master clown.

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Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 6/30/2003
This poem, "Queen Bee" comes with the rhythm of knowledge played with the beats of a sage heart.

"Queen Bee" is a true poem depicting Nature mastercreation and society like a mirror of the queens and kings deeds.

I have learned and enjoyed a masterpiece that enriches the pages of Poetry.

Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by Nicole Davis Vergara (Reader) 6/30/2003
Ronald this is a very good clever and creative write which I have enjoyed reading...excellant tale!
Reviewed by jude forese 6/29/2003
the beekeeper is definitely the destroyer of worlds... great write!
Reviewed by June Thompson 6/29/2003
Understanding the original concept of your writing is often hard for a thinker like me these days. This was wonderfully done though strangely painful to me.... am I bizaar.. not in my mind... excellent write
Reviewed by E T Waldron 6/29/2003
Very astute write Ronald, some queens belong in horror stories;-) creative piece!
Reviewed by Trixie Love 6/29/2003
Hi Ronald,
Such an interesting

Wonderful job...

Trixie :)
Reviewed by Sandie Angel 6/29/2003
Queen Bee is the queen! That's just the way it is. Good write Ron!

May Lu a.k.a. Sandie Angel :o)
Reviewed by Leland Waldrip 6/29/2003
I liked this for its flow and rhyme and tale it tells. Nice poem, Ronald.
Write on!
Reviewed by Jessica Stanfield 6/29/2003
Funny, my poem, "Radiant Relaxation" talks all about worker bees and the queen bee. Seems like maybe you read it. If not, you should. I like this poem. The rhyming is great, but I think that the last stanza,
"The smoke of gray on the head,
Of the master clown."
could be erased and the poem would be more powerful if it ended with the stanza before,
"With a single stroke of gray smoke,
Her house of cards comes down."
But thats just my opinion. Great job on this!
- J -
Reviewed by Sandra Corona 6/29/2003
Sounds like you got even with her. Your pen stings :)!
YF :)Sandy
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader) 6/29/2003
You are truly a master of rhyme and you write such unique poetry. She sounds disgusting and not fit to rule but this is a clever poem, well penned.
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