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Mothers Cry

and Artie made a beautiful one for Beatty and he made her a bracelet too.
But Danny and Beatty got along worse and worse. I couldn't make Danny out at all and why Artie was always doing something right and Danny was always doing something wrong. When I asked him why he didn't go to the library too and make things he laughed and said he was going to be a real man not a sissy like Artie. He stayed out until eleven o'clock at night sometimes and I didn't think it was right for a boy fourteen years old to be on the streets so late. Besides he always nagged me for money. Sometimes he would get odd jobs but he always kept the money that he got. Once the policeman on our block came to me with some pennies and nickels and dimes and he said I took these away from a crap game your boy was playin and I thought you might be able to use it. He played craps all the time he could and I could see him under the gas lamp outside and hear him say cheese it the cops and they'd all run when the policeman came up. Sometimes it was cards they played for money and lots of times the other mothers would come to me and ask me please to keep Danny home because he was making all the boys bad.
And whenever I tried to talk to Danny he always said the same thing. Don't worry ma he said I'll have a pile of dough some day. I know the way to make lots of money and you'll be a grand lady yet. .
He always talked so dirty too. Then one time I heard him get quiet all of a sudden when Beatty and jenny came passing by. Here he said all you fellers you gotta cut out them dirty words don't you see my sisters is listenin. And I'll kick anybody in the face what says anything in front of my sisters. But Beatty laughed and said oh stop showing off Danny.

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