In the course of the world's creation,
I've seen you somewhere, or everywhere, all at once.
You mapped the stars by my side, when I didn't know where they were or what they were named.
You told me about fascinating little things that walked and lived, and breathed, with such enthusiasm, I began to learn that they existed with such amazement.
You formed nonsense of words, so ridiculous, you made me question the peak of human intelligence.
You showed me gestures so small, or words that required no enunciation, I learned how silence spoke louder than our words.
You taught me so much, that eventually, I knew the feeling inside of me that grew in my chest, I no longer needed your assistance to name such.
Somewhere, everywhere, all at once, you were in the course of the world's creation.
The moment I took notice, the world stopped revolving.
And in that moment, it was just you and I.