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Mothers Cry

But you must Artie. Oh Artie I beg of you please leave me something something and if you go now I'll know at least that you're all right. Artie don't you remember how you once told me how you felt about your work-and you remember I told you that was the way I felt about the babies when they first came-Artie please leave that thing-that I'll know that all your life you'll be having that feeling that feeling of building and making. Oh Artie please go so I can have something to hold on to. If you don't I'll have nothing. Nothing nothing for all these years for all this suffering I'll have nothing at all if you don't go.
But he wouldn't and we argued and argued and in the end he said maybe I was right but it was a cruel thing I was asking him to do.
We went upstairs to Beatty's room so Artie could say goodbye to her and then we sat down there so we could all be together again for the last time. Beatty and Artie and I.
Artie and I and Beatty. Beatty was dead and I didn't know when I would ever see Artie again. Artie and I we just sat close together and we didn't say anything but sometimes Artie would think of something about himself and Beatty when they were children and he would tell me about it like about the report cards and the blind man and then he would cry and say oh mother I can't go on like this oh I can't all my life she'll be there mother all my life when it's dark at night and when I'm lonely and when I'm suffering she'll be there all the time mother just like she was when she was little and when she got bigger and when she went to high school and when she came home from Europe and she'll always be there and I won't be able to stand it oh mother I won't because she'll be there most just the times when I'll be unhappy

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