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Mothers Cry

but Danny was always worse after Frank whipped him and he would always talk about getting even.
The next year Artie started school but I never had a bit of trouble. He liked going to school and he was always on time. He used to bring me home pictures he made in school mostly Indians and tents and trees and birds and some of them were real pretty. One day he asked me to buy him some crayons so he could draw pictures home too. Danny began to laugh and said gee whatdyuh wanta buy crayons for when you can swipe all you want in school for nothing. Frank heard him and said come over here son and Danny went over very slow like because he didn't like Frank. Then Frank talked to him so seriously about stealing and how if you stole things you went to jail and how it was wrong and bad to steal. Danny didn't say anything but just stood still but when Frank let him go Danny had a funny look on his face and it was like he was saying to himself I know lots more than you do.
Anyway I bought Artie some crayons and I saved the nice clean paper bags for him and he liked to draw pictures sitting at the kitchen table. He was funny in lots of ways because he always wanted to know how I did everything and he wanted me to show him how to cook and to sew but I said that was a girl's work and I asked Frank to show him how to fix shoes. Frank did and Artie did some fine work and Frank gave him a nickel every Sunday morning for helping him.
But Danny was always just running down to the street and flying around and fighting. I leaned out of the parlor window sometimes and I watched Danny and Artie playing after supper. Danny always made lots of noise yelling last off and carrying on but Artie always got the most prisoners. I worried and worried about Danny because he was my first baby and

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