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Sunday, June 25, 2017
Watching the summer go by Cassie K
Bees pollinating flowers,
Whilst foraging birds spread seed.
From drinking nectar for hours,
Across a field to become a weed.
Before the summer rain showers,
Nourishing life so they can feed.
We are at the mercy of their powers,
Whether it's nature's deed.
We think we control those who cower,
But they are those who are freed.