Inside, outside, upside-down!
Moral outrage, if, your baby you drown.
But inside the womb, we barely frown.
Outside the womb, “never, never kill!” we loudly protest,
“Not even in cases of rape or incest.”
But inside the womb, don’t even suggest!
Inside the womb, don’t even hint about incest or rape.
Now, when does morality change its shape?
Morality knows nothing of “how old, or how long.”
Morality defends the weak or the strong.
Morality doesn’t change the words to its song.
Morality doesn’t play ping pong.
Inside, or outside, its right, or its wrong.