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Mothers Cry

Then when nobody could eat any more and we had all talked and talked and talked we went up and showed Beatty her new room and she was so pleased and then she said I guess I'll have to give up my ideas of bunking down the Village now that I'm fixed so fine up here.
Alice and Artie went into the parlor and then as soon as Beatty and I were alone it came.
Where's Danny and Sadye Beatty said.
So I told her that Sadye went away.
And the baby?
The baby died.
And Danny?
He's still here Beatty. Oh Beatty darling and I guess I got kind of excited and before I knew it I was begging Beatty please not to mind Danny that he only slept home now and hardly ever ate only just his supper and that Artie had made Danny promise never to go into any room where she was and that Danny had had such a hard time of it in jail and in Chicago and now he wasn't bothering me a bit wasn't even taking any money from me and how now I didn't work hard any more and then I told her about Jenny how she was married and had a baby and was going to have another one now any minute and Beatty asked me lots of questions about Jenny and she said she'd go to see her tonight.
And you'll stay here with me Beatty I asked her.
I guess so mother she said though God knows how I'll stand the subway.
So that night I went to sleep right away and I slept all the night clear through without once waking up because I

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