Near the dry river's water-mark we foundYour brother Minnegan,
Flopped like a fish against the muddy ground.
Beany, the kid whose yellow hair turns green,
Told me to find you, even if the rain,And tell you he was drowned.I hid behind the chassis on the bank,The wreck of someone's Ford:
I was afraid to come and wake you drunk:
You told me once the waking up was hard,
The daylight beating at you like a board.Blood in my stomach sank.Beside, you told him never to go outAlong the river-side
Drinking and singing, clattering about.
You might have thrown a rock at me and cried
I was to blame, I let him fall in the roadAnd pitch down on his side.Well, I'll get hell enough when I get homeFor coming up this far,
Leaving the note, and running as I came.
I'll go and tell my father where you are.
You'd better go find Minnegan beforePolicemen hear and come.Beany went home, and I got sick and ran,You old son of a bitch.
You better hurry down to Minnegan;
He's drunk or dying now, I don't know which,
Rolled in the roots and garbage like a fish,The poor old man.
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