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Mothers Cry

shoes. And jenny began to cry and I felt like I was dying all the time and I wanted to be all dead too. Mrs. Schwartz came in and I sent her to tell mama and some of the other neighbors came in. I didn't know what to do first so I gave all the children their milk and bread and butter like they always have at four o'clock but they were too excited to eat.
Frank was in the parlor on some chairs and everybody was walking in there but I made them stop. The children and I just waited in the kitchen sort of all of us crying together and then mama came with the undertaker right away. Mama didn't say anything she just sort of held me tight a long time and when she was holding me I felt like I wanted to be a little girl again that I was tired of being grown up. Mama kept smoothing my hair like she did when I was little but when she said Frank was a good man i couldn't help it I just screamed so after that she didn't ever say anything to me about Frank. I thought I couldn't bear it one more minute. I wasn't thinking of anything not even of Frank. All I knew was that something was hurting me so I couldn't stand it much longer and I wanted the hurt to stop but it didn't stop and there wasn't anything left in the world but the hurting and crying because it was hurting so much.
Then the undertaker began to talk to mama about the funeral. Mama said we must quick tell the insurance company and so she sent Mrs. Schwartz to telephone. Mama knew just what to do about everything on account of just burying papa a few years ago and she said it would be better not to have a big funeral because I would need all my money and so she fixed it up with the undertaker for us to have just three carriages and a plain hearse and she said we wouldn't need a special carriage for the flowers but we could put them in around the coffin. Then she told him what kind of a coffin we

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