Hush of the Hives

In the death of his bees, a beekeeper learns the limits of progress The past few years I’ve begun to burn my beekeeping equipment. Frames and boxes, varnished with beeswax from years of use, keep the house warm. Other equipment I’ve stored in the barn. Chickens roost on the lip of the extractor, and last […]

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Norris Thomlinson October 13th, 1996 Filed in Essays No Responses