“We need the research and we need to know more about this beautiful little bee which tells us: ‘Search and always do research if you can know a little about my life and my work, my wax constructions, my production of honey, propolis and venom. And I gather all kinds of flowers, fruits, which you need to live. But you, man, you don’t respect my role in your life. So just take one step and stop destroying my life and my role in your life. Stop the pesticides. Let us live you and me in a very natural and clean place. Because my life is bound to be attached to your life, but too bad, I think you’ll find out when it’s too late. And when I leave this little planet, I wish you, with all my heart, not to follow me.’”
A poem written by Souaf Hassan, Inzerki, Morocco, 2018.