Before you were born, you were but an egg,
Even before that existence, a silent speck.
While your dad walked around with your other form,
You waited for your chance to be embraced and born.
In the cosmos of time, patiently you lay,
A future in motion, yet so far away.
Your essence, a mystery, a hidden design,
As your dad walked on, oblivious, divine.
Within that amniotic fluid, dreams bloom,
A tapestry woven in a cosmic loom.
Unseen by the world, you grew strong and bold,
A story untold, overtaking millions of kin to unfold.
Thru seasons and cycles, you waited your turn,
To embark on a journey destined to learn.
With every step your momma took, you felt the Earth's call,
A connection unseen yet enormously all.
As your momma wondered about life's grand plan,
All she knew was you were part of the span.
For the universe's dance, a delicate chore,
The family was intertwined forevermore.
Then, the moment arrived, momma opened the cart,
From amniotic fluid, a new life with a beating heart.
Protest screamed, lungs strong, precious creation,
To ussher a bond everlasting, a profound revelation.