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Mothers Cry

and you'll bring her home. Why Artie she's only a baby. She's the baby of the family. My last baby. We can't let her run away like that.
Artie quieted me the best he could and he said he'd have her home again in a day or two. But it was three years.

Twenty-Four
DANNY and Sadye said they didn't want any supper and afterwards instead of going out like they always did they said they were going to stay home and it seemed funny to me on account of it being Saturday night and all that they should want to stay home. I didn't say anything to them about Beatty but I just went to bed early because I felt so tired again not from working I don't mean. I think I just felt tired from living.
I didn't fall asleep till very late I kept thinking where was Beatty sleeping tonight and did she have a good supper and what if she didn't come back but at last I was asleep and then all of a sudden I was sitting up in bed and I was sure I had heard something I thought maybe it was a scream or maybe just a bad dream and then I heard it again and it was Sadye. I ran downstairs quickly as I could and Sadye was lying on top of the bed all dressed and groaning and moaning and saying quick quick take me to the hospital.
What's the matter Danny I said what did you do to her.

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