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Bees in My Bonnet

I'd like to write a sonnet

About the bees inside my bonnet

That give my car its power

Because it has no engine

Just a miniature wind turbine

Disguised as a colourful flower


And when my engine comes a'buzzing

It's all the neighbours are discussing


No fuel will you find

In that vehicle of mine

But the tank is full of honey

No speed does it lack

Painted yellow and black

And the best part is it saves me money


And when my car does its thing

It makes my neighbours’ envy sting


The flapping of wings

Creates tiny winds

That generate electricity

And if you should

Look under the hood

You'll see a sweet little bee city.

Bees in my Bonnet



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