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Mothers Cry

and afraid. If people would only really die mother but they don't mother they go right on living inside of us.
So then I told Artie about when Frank died and how it was like that with him too for years and years but now I hardly remembered him ever. And I said no Artie you'll get older and you'll have children and maybe you'll tell them about Aunt Beatrice but pretty soon it'll begin not to be her at all but just somebody that you remember and the remembering will really kill her Artie it will really kill her. You'll see.
But it was getting late and I was afraid Artie might change his mind.
Now I said Artie you must go. You must go now. Now you're Arthur Williams architect and you have no brothers no sisters no mother no father. Remember.
And I thought to myself and now I have no son. But I didn't say it to Artie.
So he kissed Beatty good-bye and we walked down into the kitchen and I made him some coffee and while he was drinking it I went upstairs and I packed up all of Artie's clothes in the valise and I carried them down and I took another valise and I packed away the papers he wanted.
They had a policeman outside the house and so I decided Artie better go out through the house next door or maybe even climb over a few fences and go out further down the street. We pushed his suitcases over the fence and Artie and I stood there in the dark. I guess it was about four o'clock in the night and we didn't know what to say. So Artie cried and hugged me and said oh mother I can't leave you with all this tragedy on your hands. I must help you. But I said please Artie please don't let's argue about it again. Please I want something to show for all my thirty years and Artie said well

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