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Author Name: FreeBlueyd553 16 Comments
Date Added: January 28, 2009 02:01:22 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Category: Topic Of The Week/Insult and Injury 01/25/09 - 01/31/09 Add To Favorites | Text Only
 
Bee Sting
Bee Sting
 
 
 

Quite unexpected, it comes without warning

A burning intense bite, you wish to take away

It will not pass quickly, intent on teaching you a lesson

Nature’s reminder to beware, show caution next time

The stinger placed squarely into your tender flesh

Pulses red hurt, hot tears run freely

You can only pray it will subside soon

And you can forgive the inflictor of so much pain

 

 

Author's Notes:
~first aid wouldn't work for this one~
 
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Comments:
Comment By: FreeHannah Mae on August 31, 2010 12:45:55 PM Report
Apparently an onion slice is the first aid for that...:) Never seen a poem about a bee sting before, though. Quite original!
Comment By: FreeLeila on January 29, 2010 10:54:36 PM Report

This poem is very interesting. Thank you.


Comment By: FreeMujtaba H Zaidi on December 15, 2009 12:54:54 PM Report
Respected Cindy!... This deep poem is the combination of sadness and courage; you have command over depicting splendid ideas and imagination!
Comment By: FreeTessa on April 24, 2009 09:45:11 PM Report

WOW....so simple...... so much


Comment By: FreeFLETCHER on February 27, 2009 02:55:24 PM Report
I love the way you express yourself Cindy

Bravo!
Fletch

Comment By: FreeJulie on February 25, 2009 10:15:34 PM Report
Perfect description of a perfect tragedy: dang, the bee sting!  I especially loved the red background.  This is a wonderful piece.
Comment By: FreeAlison Storm Wolf on February 8, 2009 11:04:54 AM Report

The only creature I ever kill is a wasp and then only under sufferance..I have been bee stung many times but always felt they did it out of fear...(where wasps sting without reason and do not sacrifice their lives in the stinging.)

The red background was great as highlighting the pain involved.
I understand the sense of hurt too..not physical hurt.. but a sense of why?

Ali x

Comment By: PremiumDavid Turner on February 6, 2009 08:27:38 PM Report
Yet the poor bee dies for the insult:-(

 

David

Comment By: FreeTessa on February 1, 2009 09:32:42 PM Report
Queen of Metaphors...aka Cin...

You are awesome..it's time for a tripo to the District..

 

lol

Tessa

Comment By: FreeRoger Bacon on January 28, 2009 08:16:15 PM Report

I'm sad to hear about the sting when all you were after was some sweet honey. 


Comment By: FreeSteve on January 28, 2009 06:30:27 PM Report

Unfortunately we lack the ablility to apply a bandage to cover an emotional wound.  It is my hope the burden that weighs you down can be made lighter with the help of friends.   Very well written Cin.  


Comment By: Freecolin skilton on January 28, 2009 05:24:09 PM Report
Cindy my pretty lady l can see the other words you have written very clear here and l hate seeing you in so much pain and wish l could take it away for you. But as with the sting, it does fade and heal, l am not just saying that, from my own experiences of being stung, i know only too well.

As always

My love and Best wishes to you

May peace find you and your family.

Colinxxx

Comment By: FreeDanielle A. Hossain on January 28, 2009 04:11:27 PM Report
Ouch, we've all been stung before some time or another, I believe. I wish there was some sort of magical bandaid in first aid kits for this kind of injury, but sadly, none seem to exist. Hopefully, with time and good friends, the open wound will begin to mend... of course, there is always a scar as reminder. I love the words, the color, and the presentation- it all worked well together to put the painful point across. Great penmanship. Looking forward to more...

Love,

D.A. Hossain Lota

~Poetica

Comment By: ModeratorHenry M. on January 28, 2009 10:10:17 AM Report
The infliction of pain on another is a mystery to me. Who would want to hurt someone like you? I can't even imagine that! As always Cindy, you get your point across without flaw, wonderful and very expressive writing. I am here if you need an ear to listen.  Henry
Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on January 28, 2009 09:19:22 AM Report
Some pain will never leave the mind or body it will remain there always ....
I am so sorry lovely lady  we all suffer so much in this life ...
 Hugs and Love ~ She Whispers

Comment By: Freeb doneff on January 28, 2009 03:51:46 AM Report

Well written, and no...first aid, and nothing else, fixes this kind of pain. Excellent Cindy...
b






 


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