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Mothers Cry

going right on living because inside of me everything felt so unreal and stopped and dead.
When we got into the carriage I pulled the blinds down but the children said they wanted to see and I thought how it was the first time they were ever in a carriage so I pulled the blinds up so they could see what we were passing. Jenny had to sit on mama's lap and Beatty sat on my lap. It was such a long ride away out to Brooklyn and the horses got tired and walked nearly all the way in the end and the boys were so fidgety. Jenny was so good and Beatty fell asleep in my arms but she was so heavy. Mama wanted to take her from me but I was afraid she would wake up if we moved her and she looked tired from all the excitement. ,
When we got to the cemetery at last the children said oh ma it's just like a park and they wanted to pick the flowers growing on the graves. I was so tired because the ride was so long and because the day was so alive it made me feel more tired still. The sun was shining so bright and the grass was so green and everything was so busy living. I wanted to lie down right there on the grass and just sleep.
Jerry made a speech and the supervisor made a speech and told how they were going to make Frank a supervisor in a few months if he had lived and then Cousin Liz wanted to say something and she tried to make everybody cry and carried on herself so I couldn't help feeling she was liking it and all I could see in the end was a box going down into the ground and I was glad that it seemed like only a box to me and not Frank because I could always just think it was a box and I could pretend that the Frank who lived inside of me was real and afterwards in the middle of the night when I put out my hand to touch Frank and he wasn't there I would just remember it was only a box they put down in the ground.

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