I'm afraid of the bees, but I draw them in hopes that one day I won't be so afraid. I understand if you're allergic, but I'm not. I draw them with creepy painted on smiles. I don't know what is, but I think the creepier they are the less afraid I am. Weird, right?
I believe that they stalk me, wanting to sting me. I stand still holding my dog's leash. There was no way I wasn't going to let this get the bee to get the best of me.
It circles me around for a moment and I wonder what it's thinking. Is it going to sting me and if it does am I going to drop mu dog's leash?
Finally, the bee heads off and my dog and I head back inside, but little did I know the bee followed up and now it's staring me in the face. What am I going to do now? I cannot move. I am trapped.
And just before it stings, me it grinds. A pinch a small scream. That's it.
That..that wasn't so bad I think to myself, but there's only one problem I'm no longer in my human body. I'm now trapped in a bee's body. How do I get out of here? Am I stuck like this forever?
"This is your new life," I hear a voice. I try to fly, but I can't.
The stinging bee laughs. "Not to worry, you'll soon get a handle on your new wings. In the meantime, you best get used to your life because you're never getting out of here."
“What? What do you mean I'm never getting out of here.”
"Look around, sweetheart. You're a bee now. You're no longer human." The stringing bee laughed. "I brought you here for a reason and one day you'll find out that reason. You'll also thank me."
“I highly doubt that.”
Without saying a word, the stinging bee flew away, leaving me to wonder if I'd be human again. Or would I be stuck like this forever?