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Mothers Cry

had a bell on it and I was happy. And now I was standing all alone in a subway station at five o'clock in the morning and Beatty had run away from home and Danny had killed his baby and I was frightened and frightened because I thought what will happen next what will life do to me now and I felt lost and alone and I wished I was a little girl again and that papa and mama could be running down the platform with their arms wide open and that I could be lifted up in mama's arms and feel safe and happy again.
The subway train came at last and when I got inside there were only two people in the car and one was a man lying down and he was drunk and every time the train stopped he would nearly roll off and once he did roll on to the floor and the other man picked him up and sat him up but he fell over again lying down.
When I got out at Prospect Avenue there was a cigar store open so I telephoned to the hospital to find out about Danny's baby and they said yes it was still alive. So for a little bit I felt better and I walked home and it was six o'clock now so I thought I might as well not bother to go to bed because it was getting light already. When it came seven o'clock I went out again to the drug store to telephone to the hospital but this time the girl said baby Williams had died half an hour ago. So I hung up the receiver and I went home and it was Sunday morning and I knew Artie and jenny wouldn't get up till late so I went out again and I walked around until it was ten o'clock and the streets were so sunny and quiet.

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