The Invisible Mask
by Rodger Berry
"So much to think about," Lex damned inwardly. It was stabbing at the heart to know not one damn thing was kind enough to refresh thoughts. He would have waken Barbra to attempt another seed sowing process, a million times since she fell asleep two hours ago, if only the affirmation of bearing came as a surety. But with cold reality, ploughing her soil didn't carry the same meaningfulness anymore.