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Mothers Cry

That's because I'm a builder Artie said and I hate to see things that other men have created destroyed so wantonly. But you're just a sentimentalist Beatty and you simply shrink from pain and trouble because you don't like to think they are there. Beatty would get mad whenever Artie said she was a sentimentalist. Yes she used to say when anyone wants to be really practical and make the world more beautiful so we could all be more happy you call them sentimentalists.
They used to talk so loud sometimes they were almost fighting but just the same they always listened to each other. Sometimes they used to talk about what they were going to do. And when Artie talked about what he was going to do and the things he was going to build he was like another person. His eyes got so shining and his face got all warm and it kind of made me think of how I used to feel right after I had a new baby.
Artie would say Beatty you have talent in six different directions but yours is an emotional talent and you won't be able to do a thing with it until you can accept suffering and pain as part of life. Once he said and for the love of mike will you just concentrate a little bit on some of that emotional talent of yours and stop making soap box speeches on bad economics. If you can get yourself to create some real beauty you'll do lots more good. And Beatty got mad again and said what he was saying was thousands of years old and it was just the individualist fighting against the socially conscious being.
They would carry on like that for maybe hours and hours and Jenny who was always so shy and didn't know what they were so excited for used to just quietly bring them cups of tea and maybe some cakes or bread and butter and they'd drink the tea and eat the cakes and they'd hardly notice it was Jenny. But Jenny didn't mind. She did things like that because she liked to.

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