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Mothers Cry

mother I'll show you. Oh I'll do the very best I can and I'll build for beauty and for love of you.
So I told him how he could write to me but under a different name and I'd write to him at the office if I could do it without anybody seeing the name on the envelope but I knew I'd be watched all the time. So I kissed him good-bye and I told him please to be happy and to try to forget about Beatty and Danny and he said no he never could he never could forget that awful waste of two lives that had cost so much in effort. I couldn't bear it when he said that so I said quick now they're watching and Artie climbed over and he sort of got caught on the fence and one foot was hanging on my side near my face so I kissed it and for a minute I wanted to pull him back because I felt so lonely and helpless now and the bottom of his trousers was wet with my tears.

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IT was terrible those next days. The people who came from the newspapers and the people who came from the district attorney's office and from the undertakers and all kinds of inspectors and the Salvation Army and just people who wanted to see and oh so many many people to take pictures. But afterwards Eddie Cooper got a man from a private detective agency to stand at the door and nobody could come in unless they had business.
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