|Copyright - Jennifer Pendergast|
Dave hadn’t gathered anywhere near his quota of pollen before stopping to mull over the nagging doubts in his head. According to everything he’d ever read, radiation or not, it simply wasn’t possible for bees to grow as large as he and his hive had.
In reality, he should be slowly suffocating from his body’s inability to process oxygen. Never mind that, he mused, he shouldn’t even be able to move thanks to having no endoskeleton to support his mass.
This story was written for the weekly Friday Fictioneers flash fiction photo prompt.