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Mothers Cry

and went up with her to her room and he gave her something to drink too to make her sleep.
Just then I heard Jenny and Mr. Cooper coming back. Jenny said oh mama you look so frightened what's the matter. So I said nothing only we were all frightened by some rowdies making a lot of noise a little while ago out on the street. So then I made some tea for them and I had some cookies and afterwards Mr. Cooper went home and he said he wanted me and Jenny to come and visit with him and his mother some day soon. So then I sent Jenny up to bed and afterwards I looked in Danny's room and he was sleeping.
Artie sat with me while I was clearing away the dishes and then I sat down too. I was crying now and Artie said don't mother don't please don't. Then I said oh Artie what should I do what should I do. Danny's not even twenty-two yet and I don't know what we can do to save him. Artie said I don't know either mother but I think you ought not to let him come here any more. I can't do that Artie I said I can't. He's my child just the same as all of you and even if he's a gangster it doesn't make me feel any different to him. I can't help it Artie feeling like that it isn't my fault and nothing can change it. And Artie said I know mother I know. It's not much comfort to know that the same blind maternity which is sending me on I hope to achievement is sending him on we all know to destruction. Artie I said couldn't you get him a job some place. But Artie just sort of stroked my hair and he said it's six years since Danny had a job.
And I thought yes six years since Danny had a job. What had he been doing all these six years. And I felt so tired and like it was my spirit that was all purple and bleeding-like my spirit that had just had a terrible beating a terrible terrible beating.

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