What are the odds
Of that one seed
Falling at that precise instant
(And not seconds earlier, or later)
On that particular day
On just the right side, facing the sun,
In just the spot where there was an opening
Where there just happened to be enough soil
Where the mason had left a gap
Because it was time for lunch and
He was in a hurry.
When the breeze randomly moved in just the right strength,
In just the right direction
And stopped at just the right moment.
So that when the rain came by (in just the right amount)
And then, just in time, just enough,
The impossible became probable,
And mere potential became actual.
One seed out of millions.
Published by . Hemmingplay