The first panel is gramps and grams with a bunch of thought bubbles with rudimentary drawings of different animals and plants. In the second frame gramps will be holding up an egg and a chicken. In the next row they unfurl a tarp and then throw it into the sky and pull down the corners to make a bubble tent. In the last frame they’re sitting inside the bubble tent playing with blocks.
All living things now have more than one part
and it’s hard to imagine parts living apart,
so we don’t know for sure which part was the start.
But that doesn’t mean there’s not more to impart.
If you want to pick a part with which life could begin,
you could start with a part that’s always quite thin.
All life to this day has a cellular skin
to keep outsides out and insides in.
The cell is the vessel in which life can contain,
it’s precious existence, within a membrane.