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Mothers Cry

Danny and Sadye used to lie down on the top without taking off their shoes and so the pretty blue bedspread was sort of dirty and wrinkled and full of cigarette holes and the cover on the table was full of cigarette holes too and sometimes they put their cigarettes down on the dresser and they burned the wood. They must have pulled too hard on one of the curtains when they were pulling the shades down because it was all crooked. I got up on a chair and I straightened it out. Pretty soon the room was all tidy and clean and I could hear Danny and Sadye coming down and Beatty and I went out. I couldn't understand Beatty at all. All the time I was cleaning she just sat there and she didn't help me or say anything. And when we came out in the kitchen again she sat down at the table again not saying a word. In a few minutes Danny called out hey mom give us a teaspoon will you and a pitcher of water so I brought him the teaspoon and the pitcher of water and a glass and I put them on the table and I hung up Danny's bathrobe and Sadye's kimona and her nightgown and I put their slippers away as long as I was there. Then I went out and I closed the door and Beatty was still sitting there only now there was a funny little smile on the corner of her mouth but the smile wasn't a good smile.
So I said I guessed I'd better go out and do the marketing for tomorrow-today was Saturday and there would be such crowds and Mr. Cooper was coming for dinner tomorrow and Artie would be home and I thought it would be nice to have a big roast for everybody and make a Yorkshire pudding like mama showed me how. So I went out.
It wasn't till nearly four o'clock when I came home and I saw Beatty had washed the dishes and tidied the kitchen only she forgot to spread out the wet dish towels. So I spread them and I thought how Beatty always forgets such things and

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