The Bee Keeper

DA3B1799-6DA9-4BF3-B9CC-C2E0F2AE108EThere once was a carpenter who was constructing a new hive for his honey bees. He was always fascinated by honey bees. They live such an orderly and well-functioning life. They are social insects that live together in large, well-organized family groups.

Honey bee colonies house worker bees, drones, and the queen. Each member of the colony has a definitive task to perform. And survival and reproduction take the combined efforts of the entire colony. Individual bees cannot survive without the support of the colony. It was a marvel of practicality and efficiency.

Unlike the chaotic society in which he and his fellow human beings lived, he thought, which is the model of a dystopian society.


Written for today’s Three Things Challenge, where the things are carpenter, dystopian, and honey bee.

8 thoughts on “The Bee Keeper

    • Fandango June 23, 2018 / 8:42 am

      Rough in terms of the way they are worded or rough in the message they are expressing?

      Liked by 1 person

      • newepicauthor June 23, 2018 / 8:47 am

        The second to the last sentence is just a phrase, so it does not need a period. Take out the period and remove the word That and keep the comma and it would read better. If you change your post then delete my comments.

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