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Mothers Cry

thought I couldn't cry any more because it was hurting me so all over my body my chest and my legs and my head. They were all hurting me with the crying so hard and I couldn't stand it. And I thought after Danny dies I guess maybe I'll die too.
And all that day on the way home I kept saying to myself after Danny I'll die. I'll die too.
I went back to New York and Eddie went up to the prison because he was going to bring Danny home to be buried. So I was all alone all that night because Jenny couldn't leave the babies. I sat up all the night in the kitchen. Sometimes I'd put my head down on the kitchen table and kind of doze a while. I went upstairs for a little bit and I sat in Beatty's room too. I don't know much what was in my head that night. It was like my head didn't belong to me but was a kind of machine that kept going along by itself thinking what it wanted to think and it jumped around from thinking what would. Beatty's baby have been a boy or a girl and at Frank's funeral we went in horses but Beatty's funeral was in automobiles and how I'd sort of got out of touch with the family all these years and what was Jamey thinking of all this he hadn't written or anything and when Jenny had the measles and later how when Danny had the measles and I didn't send for the doctor because I didn't have any money and would it have been different if Frank had lived and what would Frank do now. Then I thought how I always remembered Frank as if he was young but Frank would be old like me now grey hair and maybe pains in his back too. Fifty years old I was now nearly. Frank was so good and so kind to me and that awful morning when I tried to sell newspapers and the engagement party and how I still had upstairs in the attic two of the Gibson girl pictures I got for

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