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Mothers Cry

died and instead of the beautiful happiness there was nothing mother nothing at all nothing at all.
Just think Beatty I said how terrible it would have been if you had found out he was such a coward after you were married to him. Yes said Beatty just think and that's why I'm never going to,get married never in all the wide world. I tried to talk to her to tell her a little about Frank and me but she just kissed me and said mother you and I we are two altogether different persons and you'll never understand in a million years but I do love you mother I do. Then I think we were both a little ashamed because we were feeling like that I mean that we loved each other so much so I left her alone and went downstairs.

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THE summer was nearly finished but Danny didn't seem to be doing so well with the taxi. He and Sadye didn't get up till one or two o'clock and it was pretty much the same every day they'd go out in the afternoon and come home for supper and then they'd go downtown in the taxi and I know they went to dance places lots. Once I said to Sadye do you think it's good for the baby now you're getting kind of big for you to be dancing so much. And she began to sort of whine and she said she was only young once and pretty soon the baby would be here and then she'd never be able to go out at all. Sometimes Danny brought Sadye home early about eleven

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