Thursday, April 19, 2012

Haiku Heights April Challenge, day 19 "Honeybees"


Another day in haiku paradise of Haiku Heights. Today the prompt is "honeybees". This week I heard a terrible story about honeybees. All over the world they are dying in great groups. Science tries to find the reason, but 'till now they haven't found a reason for it. So today's contribution to the Haiku Heights April Challenge is a sort of memorial haiku for the Honeybees.

all over the world
honeybees are dying -
flowers never bloom again

flowers never bloom again
Mother Earth's face will be 
colorless

colorless
no more fruits to eat
all over the world

Credits: Honeybee
See you tomorrow. 

PS. They have found the cause of the increase of dying honeybees. Clicl on the subscript under the picture and read it for yourself.


7 comments:

Ramesh Sood said...

I hope nature will prevail and mother Earth will not lose any of its colour...wonderful haiku these..

RS:)

Mohinee said...

Very touching, I didn't know about this. Thanks for sharing..

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Am glad to hear they found the source of disease ~ Wonderful haiku ~ as usual excellent ~ thanks, namaste, ^_^

Grace said...

That will be a sad day ~ Thanks for sharing ~

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

If the world ever becomes completely colorless, I hope I am not here to see it!

About honeybees: “First Light”

beccagivens said...

It is a startling occurrence ... they are among the most treasured cycles in nature ... Thank you for your visit to Day 19 ~~ Treasured Cache

Mr. Walker said...

The connected nature of your poems is especially poignant here - with your subject matter.

Richard