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who was selling the tickets was asleep and I hated to bother him and the man at the ticket chopper he was asleep too but not all asleep and when I dropped my ticket in he sort of moved the handle up and down like he couldn't help himself.
I was the only one on the platform and it seemed so terribly quiet. My shoes made such a loud noise on the stone platform as I walked that I wanted to walk on tiptoe. I waited and waited but no train came so I walked down the platform to a bench to sit down but I couldn't even see the ticket chopper from the bench so I walked back again near him. A train came but it was the other side and when it went out again the station seemed twice as quiet and twice as lonely and all of a sudden I remembered when I was a little girl five years old mama and papa took me to the park and they wanted to take me out in a rowboat but I was afraid so they told me to sit quietly on a bench till they came back for me while they went by themselves. So they left me alone and for a while I kept watching them in the boat but then they turned around a tree and I couldn't see them any more. I got very frightened and I looked and looked for their boat and then I got up from the bench and I began running around the lake looking for their boat and so scared I felt my heart was swelling to bursting with being so frightened. And then I began to cry because I was sure I was lost and I'd never see them again and everybody was saying what's the matter little girl are you lost but I couldn't answer I just kept crying and I wished I was dead and I was sure I would never see papa and mama any more and just when I was crying most there was mama and papa running to me very fast and I ran to them and mama picked me up and she made me quiet and I wouldn't let go of her and she wouldn't let go of me and afterwards papa bought me a big round wheel to push and it

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