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She Bee published in Verse Libre Quarterly
by Kathy Kubik

Monday, June 19, 2006
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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Exerpt from the poem "She Bee", published by Verse Libre Quarterly (VLQ) in their Spring '06 edition

...She fanned her wings.
Couldnít explain that the honey made her feel closer to him,
the pull of the heavy sap, the locking of bodies, if only temporary.
The tacky skin left, evidence of their love.
As if somehow that would make him stay.
The scent of her flower a memory in the sweet honey.

Forget that at the start of winter, all worker bees die...

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Reviewed by MaryGrace Patterson 10/15/2006
Written with deep emotions....m
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 6/19/2006
Interesting story and personification. More humanlike than bee.

Ron
Reviewed by Felix Perry 6/19/2006
Excelanto, and congrats, truly beautiful aroma of this poem lingers.
FEe
Reviewed by April Smith 6/19/2006
This is so perfect! I loved every word and description. Thanks for sharing, April
Reviewed by A PAX 6/19/2006
This is such a head trip.............
I don't know what to say
except that I loved it :)
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