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Mothers Cry

Thirty-Three
I PHONED Artie and I phoned jenny and there was a big rowd kept going by and looking at the house and somebody ang the bell and he tried to push me out of the way to get n the house. He said he was from a newspaper but I kept iim from getting in and I pulled the blinds down and I ocked all the windows and the doors and I saw a man outide taking a picture of the house.
I let Artie in the kitchen door he was shaking all over and iis hands were all cold and his face was terribly white and vhen he saw me he sort of let go of himself and he fell into ny arms and he moaned and he cried.
So I went upstairs with him. Beatty was on her bed and she vas covered over by the couch cover. The doctor had put her here but afterwards the coroner scolded me because he said ve shouldn't have moved her.
Artie pulled the cover down so he could see her face and hen he kneeled down by the bed and he kept crying and cry.ig Beatty Beatty Beatty so I thought his heart would break. couldn't bear it for him to cry so hard so I went over to im and I kind of touched his hair and he got up and he :)ok me in his arms and so we both stood there and cried :)gether and I didn't know which was his crying and which ras my crying because in that minute we were like as if we ad only one body between us and one heart and the same yes to cry with. But his crying was worse because his crying ras younger and not used to crying.
Nobody thought of going to bed that night. Jenny had to o home on account of the children but Eddie stayed and at

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