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Mothers Cry

let him go. Everybody went outside then on the grass and people kept coming up to us and shaking hands and Artie brought over some of his professors to me and one of them said aren't you proud to have such a fine son and Artie said quick it's I sir that am proud to have such a fine mother. So they both laughed. Everything looked beautiful that morning in the sun out on the grass with all the fine buildings around and all the graduates dressed in their black robes and hats and all the relatives all dressed in pretty light colors and everything so happy and glad to be alive and glad to be struggling and I don't know how but my hands were full of flowers and"strange people were telling me how wonderful Artie was and Beatty and jenny stood there so pretty in their new dresses. I kept looking at them all three of them so straight and young and Artie so tall and handsome and knowing just what he wanted out of life and taking it just the way he wanted it and Beatty so full of life and hope and so afraid of pain and jenny who was happy just if she was living and I felt that being alive was very very wonderful and that life was kind of going right through my body and that it was something very fine and worth while. And I looked again at my hands and my feet and my body and I wondered how it had all come out of me and I felt myself all burning high and bright with all the things that had been happening to us all.
We took a taxi cab all the way home and it was the first time I ever rode in an automobile except the fifth avenue bus and I was a little frightened. We talked about what Artie was going to do with the five hundred dollars and he said well I'm going to give mama half of it and she's going away to the country for the summer and I think I might buy Beatty one of those nice fat juicy books she likes so much and I think it

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