Here legs run and their humans
A pack of females, entangled
But they laugh, they joke
There are rivalries.
That’s okay, that’s not the worst
By any means. The field is clear.
Across the way small brown birds
Forage for worms, for shoots
And all the while the sun slides
In and out of haze and clouds
And thin sheets of light glint
From many soft lenses.
It’s not the lack of inner life
This simple celebration.
It’s simple, but not only simple.
You can keep honey hives, you can.
But certain bees can clump and sting whenever.