Zach’s bee poem published


When missing you

I taste a bit of honey

It is still sweet, as usual

The promise you made

For thousands of years

I can hear

Your humming

Your wings dancing

With flowers faintly scented

Closing my eyes

I can feel you from the sky descent

Like an angel

From God

My head becomes light

I don’t know if I am smitten

Or just because

my blood sugar is high

It should be your beauty

And your hidden stinger


Give me that shiver

After more than 100 papers published in the scientific realm, Zachary Huang’s poem (above) was recently selected in the book “Best Overseas Chinese Poetry”, (August, 2021, Chicago Academic Press). The book is available in Amazon, but all in Chinese.

Author: Zachary Huang

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