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geocities archive Bees have a sense of direction,
Easy to follow if you're a bee -
Each time the bee takes a notion
Leaving the hive you will see
In seeming disarray they depart
Nectar is what they all seek
Evening finds them heading homeward

Buzzing in flight like an arrow
And like an arrow so swift
Come the bees one after the other
Knowing they carry   bee spit!

For Bee! :-)
John B. Moss
Thanks to Mark Wallace (SoHo Community Leader)
for the BeeLine Graphics!

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