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Mothers Cry

because you'll never get the chance to hear it again. The moment that you cause one instant's uneasiness to mother is the moment that you get out of this house. You can sleep here ind you can eat here but you leave mother absolutely alone. Elnd another thing-just try any monkey business insofar as my life is concerned and I'll just explain to the nearest policeman in detail the events that led up to your sudden departure For Chicago. I hope you heard every single word I said.
Danny didn't say anything but he drew in his legs from under the kitchen table and sort of sat up straighter in his :hair and then he said you know Artie I didn't mean nothin I was only kiddin but jesus I've been havin a hell of a time ind when I saw all the fuss they was makin of you I thought rnaybe you'd help me out. Jesus look at me do I look like :he brother of a great archytec. You wouldn't want people to cnow you was neglectin your family. All I want's some iecent clothes and a clean bed and some grub again. Christ iyuh know I hiked all the god damn way from Chicago home.
Danny was certainly looking terrible. He wasn't wearing i collar or a tie and his suit was dirty and torn with no buttons )n the coat and his shoes were all ripped around the soles and ie needed a bath and a haircut and a shave and his eyes were d1 red and watery and his face was pastier than ever. I wanted to cry I couldn't bear to see him like that.
So Artie gave me some money to give to Danny for him to buy some clothes and the next day Danny went out and Nhen he came back he looked lots better in his new suit and vith a clean new shirt and new shoes and he had a haircut ind a shave. And then he began going out just the way he ased to but he didn't use any more bad words to me I guess )n account of what Artie said to him and he never came to rne for money any more either. And I was glad he was home

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