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Metaphor as Mystical Transformation– Guest Poetry Blog # 9 – Introducing the Latest Contributor, American poet Todd Davis – Part One of Two

Transfiguration of the Beekeeper’s Daughter Because the bees flew toward light the color of honey, she couldn’t see them but heard their hum, deep thrum of the colony come out of the hive, comb dripping with loss and the smoke her father used to subdue, to pacify the fear that might spur an attack. It […]