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Mothers Cry

in pieces and her feelings had been terribly hurt by everybody laughing at her especially a funny picture one man drew in a paper of the piece Damaged Goods being played by kewpie dolls.
And when it got to be graduation time Beatty won the oratorical contest with a speech that was all about the bitter cry of the children and it was about little children working in factories and in mines and not having enough to eat or enough clothes to wear and dying of consumption. Beatty could talk so she could make everybody cry.
But one thing that frightened me terribly about Beatty was the way she hated Danny. They never talked together now any more because once they had a terrible fight and Danny hit her. When Danny was in the room Beatty walked out. She kept telling me he was only a bum and I ought to throw him out but I said Danny was my child just the same as all of them. I think she hated him so much because he made me so much trouble. And I think it was a little bit because in a way she was like Danny too and she didn't want to see things like they were but wanted things to be like she thought they ought to be and Danny was always sort of breaking in on her dreams. Whenever she heard Danny ask me for money she would walk out of the room and her face would be all dark and her eyes would look terrible.
Sometimes Beatty would be coming home from school when Danny was just getting up and maybe he would be sitting at the table kind of hunched up over his coffee like he always did and she would look at him in such a way it would just stab me because I could see she hated him so much and I could see how it hurt her to hate him so much and she would be nearly crying with feeling so bitter.
One night Danny came home and I guess he had been

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