Up there in the maternity ward is where the babies come out. After they’re born, the Ob staff lays them in little cradles all in a row, where fathers, friends and relatives of mama can gawk at the newborn and ooh and ah.
There they are all in a row, behind the glass, experiencing life in this world for the first time, not that they’ll remember this moment or anything. But there they are all in a row.
In another ward nearby, expectant mothers wait to have ultrasound pics taken of their developing unborn babies. There they all are in a row—the expectant mamas, waiting to get baby’s first pic.
Back In the ultrasound room, the tech person dawbs some gooey stuff on an expectant mama’s bulging belly; then she presses the ultrasound device to bare skin and moves it around.
Suddenly BabyRow appears on the screen.
Lo and behold, it appears that BabyRow is already making some progress in physical and cognitive development.
Squinting, the tech wonders: what is that child doing? BabyRow appears to be counting his fingers!
Ultrasound Tech Barbie exclaims unexpectedly, “What in the world are you doing in there, BabyRow?”
Meanwhile, up in the stratosphere, something unusual is happening. From 93 million miles away, a Sonspot has just arrived at planet Earth. The wave of rogue energy penetrates stratospheric earth. Suddenly, without explanation, a phase change/spectrum reversal interchange warps our planet's delicately balanced spectrum of electromagnetic razzmatazz . . .
And sound morphs into light
while light moves into sound,
exposing presence of a planetary fight.
Perpetually in world it goes round by round.
While BabyRow counts on fingers
suddenly his musing ultrasound lingers;
As Ultra forms image now of BabyRow
inexplicably his musing’s heard, roe by row.
Tech Barbie and Mama hear him, half-amazed
as BabyRow’s recitation changes phase:
“Eeenie meenie mynie moe,
catch a fetus by the toe.
Believe Brett and maybe I’ll come out alive.
But believing Blasey I’ll surely take a dive.
Don’t believe everything you hear on internet.
I’d surely appreciate a chance at life to get.
If judges abort the roe v wade,
maybe then will BabyRow be made.”