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The Implications by Rick Bursky 
Published in “The Gettysburg Review” Summer 2012 
 

“The man at the entrance to the alley was not stung.
The three eyes of a bee see the world their own way.”


[Bees have three simple eyes, and two compound eyes. This allows bees to detect polarized light — something human beings cannot do. -
science.howstuffworks.com]

Chelsea McFarland

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