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Mothers Cry

Oh mother she said I'm in love again. But this time it's all so different. When I came down on Sunday Mr. Hartman took me into the private office and immediately began by telling me how different he knew I was the minute he saw me and that was the reason he had hired me. Well mother lots of men say that so I was pretty ashamed for him and I guess I showed it. I told him if that was what he had called me down for I was going home. But he said don't go please don't go I'm so lonely. Well I didn't like that very much better so I started to walk out. But he caught me by the hand and he said please stay. We'll just talk and I won't touch you again. Tell me about your experiences in Europe for instance.
Well I talked to him awhile and somehow I told him that some day I wanted to do some writing. That seemed to excite him tremendously and he said yes you must write you must. You've got the brains and the personality and you must have your chance because I know what it is to have the creative instinct thwarted. I too dreamed of great things of becoming another Victor Hugo for instance but my father insisted absolutely that I come into this business. And I had no one then to sympathize with me. I did sell two short stories but I got so little for them that my father laughed at me. I always thought well I'll make enough money in the banking business and then I'll quit and take up my writing. But oh mother by that time he had married and he had a daughter and his wife turned out to be a hard cold cruel woman. He had 3igned over most of his property in her name and now a11 >he wanted him to do was to make money and more money so she could go out in society and have plenty of automobiles ind country houses and silly things like that. And he felt 3imply like a slave in a treadmill and he had to keep his feet ;oing all the time to supply the exorbitant demands of his

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