Building a House
A house built from paper, in six sided spheres.
delecately fragile fibres, chewed and mixed with saliva
stick together despite elemental rain storms,
or lashing winds.
When it's done it will be enclosed, safe,
but not from the batting of a bear's paw,
how do you let him know that you are not a
honeybee, and therefore unworthy of the
attempt to rob of honey?
Because you do not make any honey?
Writing by Regina Stemberger