National Insect Week Poetry Challenge

National Insect Week Poetry ChallengeJoin Yvonne Marjot, Ali Jones, Anjum Wasir Dar and myself. Yesterday, Monday: Spiders. Tuesday: Wasps And Bees. Tomorrow, Wednesday: Ants, Thursday: Beetles, Friday: Butterflies, Saturday: Moths, Sunday: Flies. Email me and I will add yours to my daily wordpress posts, also posted to Twitter. Here’s todays, so far

The Wasp and the bee

The wasp was so busy 

He forgot to go see 

The new small invention 

Made by the bee. 

It was made to get honey 

Without leaving the hive 

Didn’t cost much money 

Nowhere to drive. 

The bee he was mad 

Because wasp never came 

He felt sort of bad 

He called wasp a bad name. 

When wasp finally went 

The hive it was full 

A time well worth spent 

A moment not dull. 

Now wasp and the bee 

Are friends yet again 

They’ll just wait and see 

Who, where, what, and when.  

©2020 CBialczak Poetry


I’m putting all of these places on my bucket list. I guess that means I need to actually make a bucket list…

globe ventures

Some cities around the world are charming and beautiful places to visit. They’re inviting and they make you feel at home. Most of these cities, however, have quite the dark and scary past. Throughout history, cities have been shaped by events that occurred. Our history makes us who we are today and the same thing goes for a city or a country. Some of these cities have such a dark past that they are still haunted by the spirits of those who lived there years ago. For the lovers of all things creepy and scary, here are 12 of the most haunted cities around the world.

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