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Mothers Cry

must wear black shoes and stockings but their everyday shoes looked too bad and their Sunday shoes had white tops so mama blacked the tops but the blacking didn't stay on the buttons.
They laid Frank out in the parlor and everybody kept going in and out but I didn't go in until it was the night before the funeral and then I told everybody to please go out and I went in. Frank was hit in the head by the trolley car so all they had showing was his face and when I looked at it it didn't look like Frank at all.
And then when I looked a long time I saw it was Frank. And it came on me that he couldn't speak to me that he couldn't get up and walk to me that he couldn't take me in his arms any more and I wanted to die too. The room was all dark except for the candles and I kneeled down on the floor next to him and I began to talk to him and I said oh Frank you were a good husband to me you loved me and I loved you. I don't know where you are I was never a churchy person because church didn't have much to do with living all day and cleaning and washing and making meals and Artie having a clean blouse for school. Only Frank I know one place where you are just like you were alive and it's inside of me. You can't ever die inside of me. If I close my eyes I can see you walking around inside of me and telling me things that you saw all day and things that you thought and you always used such lovely words. I want to tell you Frank how glad I am that you were so good to me. I haven't but one thing to forget and that's the time you hit Danny with your shoe and now I'm going to forget that. They're your children still Frank all of them and I'm never going to let them forget you how good you were to them and to me and what a fine man you were. I'll promise you now that I'll try my hardest to see that they

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