A Limerick about bees or beekeeping.
|Entrant ID:||1311123||Entrant Name:||Martin Bullock|
|Entry:||A beekeeper’s wife said to hubby:
‘When will your bees give us honey?
You spent all your loot,
On a very nice suit,
Which I think was a waste of your money!’
|Entrant ID:||1311852||Entrant Name:||Colin Hall|
|Entry:||There was a beekeeper from Luton
Who would not put wellies and bee-suit on
He crowed: “I’m the bees’ knees!”
“We will see,” said the bees.
Stung all over, he can’t get a boot on
|Entrant ID:||1312476||Entrant Name:||Fiona Cook|
|Entry:||Bedfordshire Beekeepers are near
to marking their one hundreth year,
Celebrate with mead?
A good idea, indeed!
Our centenary is almost here!
|Entrant ID:||1312478||Entrant Name:||Peter Cook|
|Entry:||There was a worker from Beestone
Who was fed up with just making comb,
She trained as a scout,
Got out and about
To find her friends a new home!
|Entrant ID:||1319384||Entrant Name:||Beverley Underwood|