depends upon the bees.
When I was born
I thought I’d be taken from the earth
I didn’t think the earth would be taken from me
Maya, weaver of illusions,
how is it we trust the web, the nest,
the roof over our heads, we trust the stars
our guardians who gave us our alphabet?
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