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and I cried and I cried. The horn of the phonograph was all bent and I remembered how glad I was it had been green and matched everything in the parlor and I knew we could never hear the music any more because we couldn't get any more discs and we'd never have enough money to buy another phonograph and it came on me how poor we were and I couldn't stop crying. And I thought what would I tell Frank because I couldn't tell him Danny did it so I thought how I would have to lie to him and say it fell down when I was dusting. And I just sat there on the floor and I looked around at the parlor. The furniture was full of scratches now and there was a brand new big scratch on top of the piano stool from the iron things we put on Danny's heels. And suddenly, everything looked so shabby the gold on the picture frames was wearing off and the wall paper was kind of faded and the place where we had a looking glass once only now it was broke showed darker and the piano scarf was faded and lots of the balls had fallen off and there was a big tear in the scarf on the mantel and the carpet was full of spots and rubbed off places and now we kept the folding bed that Danny and Artie slept on in the parlor and the cover for it didn't go all the way around because I made it out of one of mama's portieres and I didn't have enough so on one side the bed showed and you could see it was a folding bed. The cover from the green plush album was torn too and I was always meaning to paste it on again and the green velvet cushions on the parlor set were all flattened down and worn off. Everything was going and the parlor we fixed with so much happiness was just getting shabbier and shabbier. And so I cried and cried and I thought how I was going too. I was so thin now and my breasts were so thin and hangy and my stomach was all getting hangy too from four babies in four years and the skin on my hands was all dry and cracked and the dirt

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