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Poetry of Nature | Late Spring | NanLeah

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A honey bee balances on a light green iris blade beneath a clump of blue and white petaled grape hyacinth blossoms. The bee feeds from one of the blue and white grape hyacinth blossoms. Her pollen basket on her hind leg is a full greenish round ball. Her wings are clear with delicate brown veins. Her eyes encircle her heart shaped head, her antennae point toward the flower from which she feeds.
Honey bee in grape hyacinth

Dear PON Friends,

As late spring envelops us, I hope you are well, safe and strong. May this be so for all those you care for. Know that I am extending my love and care to you, as we make our PON journey together.

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