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Mothers Cry

always are clean and have enough to eat. I promise you Frank.
Then I got up and I looked at him again and there was his face just the same as it was before I began to talk to him and all of a sudden it came on me how dead he was and a terrible feeling of loneliness came over me and I was frightened and afraid. All alone with four children with no Frank to help me. The loneliness got hold of me and made me hurt so again I couldn't stand it and so I just dropped on the floor and I moaned and moaned with loneliness and mama came in and picked me up and put me in my bed.

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THE next morning it was the funeral. I got up at six o'clock and I gave all the children a bath and dressed them clean. Beatty made a fuss about breakfast and me feeling so awful I couldn't stand it her dawdling and fussing and playing with her food and I wanted to slap her but I stopped myself and I thought how terrible to slap her with Frank lying dead in the house. Danny kept running down and telling the boys downstairs what Frank looked like but he was lying because I wouldn't let the children in the parlor and I had all their beds moved into the dining room. Mrs. Schwartz said it wasn't right to deprive them of a last look at their father but I said no let them remember him as he was-always kind and jolly and alive.
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