Through DeVinci Eyes: Poetry of Evolution Inspiration and vision from of a poet

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“So Beautifully Made” :

Suspended in darkness with not much space.
Developing an identity through God’s grace.
Curled up in a ball, in a dream like state.
Surrounded by fluid over their body and face.
Their heart beating soft with angelic sound.
They have movement now, even at just a pound.
Their limbs are developed now, we can see.
Looks like they’re in prayer on bended knee.
Time is passing and they’re moving much more.
But, not time yet to come through the door.
From their moving, they create sound waves.
They’re making music in their own little way.
They have attained their identity with joy.
Now we know whether it is a girl or boy.
They have now reached their moment of fame.
To enter the world and be given a name.
The glorious gift is here from God he gave.
The gift of a child so beautifully made.

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