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Mothers Cry

could hear her saying good night at the gate when they brought her home at night. Then I began to notice after awhile that it was always the same man's voice saying good night to her. I wanted to ask her about it but Beatty didn't hardly ever speak to me much any more. One time I was
sure I heard her'kiss the man down by the gate.
But I worried a little because I heard Beatty once arguing with Artie and it was about getting married and she said no she would never get married because marriage was slavery. And Artie said what about the children if your lover deserts you and Beatty got all indignant and she said if she couldn't trust a man without binding him to a contract in such an intimate and beautiful relationship she wouldn't ever take him for a mate and afterwards if he turned out bad like that she would be glad to get rid of him.
It was a little while afterwards when Beatty came home in the middle of the afternoon and I said what happened Beatty did you get a headache at the office and she said no but I nearly got married and she ran up to her room and when I went up after her she was lying on the bed and crying as if her heart would break and when I sat down beside her she threw her head in my lap and she kept crying till I just couldn't bear it because she was crying just like a child that had been hurt. And when she couldn't cry any more she got up and went to her pocketbook and she gave me a piece of paper. It was a marriage license all filled out for Beatrice Williams and for David Green.
And why didn't you get married Beatty I said kind of quiet like.
So then Beatty told me the whole story.
He didn't believe in marriage just like me but he said we'd have to get married on account of his mother. I told him we

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