The child had never happened
Stephen Synnott

The child had never happened, only its clothing. A radio homing device was installed, and revealed a location in deep water, like hunger. A mechanized cloud was engaged as were many submarine objects, but it simply disappeared. The wife remained at home with many similar dangers. At strategic points on her body a marriage took place. Even in the procedure she had felt inadequate. Containment in the same room was only managed with a series of suits fashioned with chains. There were no signs of pleasant artificial eggs. The study of living was encouraged. As time went on however she was lived behind the curtain, in deep forest. And drawn on a map as such.