This is such a very deep poem. I read it 3 times but i still feel there's more to it. However this is my perception of it.
It talks about the beauty of procreation in the circle of life. The need to create that safe haven for the newborn, to nurture them with love so they grow and continue the chain of life. Parents ought to know the integral factor they play in bringing up that child. The responsibilities accorded to parents and making sure all expectations are met. If you neglect your responsibilities, you sure should expect that unfavorable end result. You get what you give. Lets all realize we have obligations as parents and its a duty declared on us by God to breed children with total care, eternal love, understanding and what have you.
They're a blessing to the family and a gift from God. So its absolutely necessary to retrace our steps and do the right thing. It starts from the home. A family births responsible adults, hence a peaceful, loving and law abiding society.. 'Sacred Seeds' sheds light on the circle of existence.
That's my take on the piece, a very profound read. I'd come to the realization after going through some of your titles that you write a lot about religion which intrigued me. Will feast on them at my leisure, hopefully. Your writes are informative and inspiring.
God bless your efforts...