I was born in Wuhan, a small province in China. Mother birthed me to save herself. So I went to the butcher’s market and followed a man to his village. Anything to save my mother.
From China, I accompanied a European and an Asian, traveling far and wide. I reached the pools of Hawaii and sat in the empty Colosseum. I particularly liked Italy and New York.
I am a toddler, so chaos ensued everywhere I went. The world screamed at me to stop, but the streets remained quiet. Now the seas are finally clear and stars discernible.
Mother alleviates me.