Poems and Poetry

The Humming of Bees | A Poem by Isabella Huhn

To hear nature’s humming
If only once more,
To remember the dead
The murdered,
It said.
They lost it, we lost it,
Through ignorance, not hate;
We wept when it left,
Yet all called it fate.
Only the girl with the flowers
Cared for the late,
In unknowing regret,
And the sorrow she met,
During wandering hours
She put on the flowers, and remembered through the humming of bees.



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