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dress him and he was black and blue all over and on his back there was another terrible big cut and his shirt was all stuck in it. I wanted to call a doctor so bad I didn't know maybe his bones were broken but Artie said better not Danny knows best. So we washed all his cuts clean and I put a cold compress on his eyes and we put a bandage on his head. I never saw anybody's body look like Danny's did and it made me sick with hurting. All of a sudden I could see him like he was when he was a baby and I was changing his diaper and powdering him and how pink and soft and sweet his body was when I kissed him all over and it didn't seem to me that all this purple swollen bleeding person had anything to do with the baby whose body I had kissed twenty years ago.
Then Artie gave Danny something to. drink to make him sleep and pretty soon he fell asleep and we left him alone. Artie said he would sleep in Danny's room tonight. Beatty was downstairs in the kitchen and her face was all ~ellow. She looked very terrible. She was holding her hands together pressed so tight and her nails were cutting into her hands and I thought she would never be able to get her hands open again. She was walking up and down up and down and sobbing and sobbing not like she was crying but like she couldn't get the crying out and she was saying over and over I can't bear it oh I can't bear it I can't I can't I can't. Then she stopped walking and Artie made her sit down by the kitchen table but she kept swaying and making that awful dry sobbing noise. Artie she said why didn't they kill him. Why must we all suffer like this for him. It isn't right. He's no good to anybody in all the world and all he does is bring misery upon misery upon us all.
Artie talked to her softly and got her quieted down a little

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