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 

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.


Ramesh Sood said...

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


Mohini Puranik said...

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

carol l mckenna 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”

Anonymous 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.