A giant sisterhood spends every spring covering their bodies in flower dust to fuel their home. They spend summer and fall inspiring jesus to turn water to wine by turning nectar to honey. They use their bodies and each other to make this miracle as sweet and sticky as possible. In the winter, they eat their own creation and shiver inplace to generate enough heat to save the lives of their community, their only priority. People rob them of their glory and they just go right on being themselves and making the miracles no one could possibly imitate- for themselves, their sisters, their futures, and the flowers.
We are the bees,