Why does the story end with this line and what does it suggest to you about Rosie and/or Rosie’s relationship with her mother?

For this response paper, I have a specific question for you to respond to. The last line of the story “Seventeen Syllables” is “Rosie, covering her face, began at last to cry, and the embrace and consoling hand came much later than she expected” (19).
Why does the story end with this line and what does it suggest to you about Rosie and/or Rosie’s relationship with her mother?To answer this question, you will need to use the facts/evidence/details (however you choose to think of them) of the story to make your inferences. This is NOT an essay. You do not need an intro, body, conclusion. You can begin with your primary assertion and just proceed from there if that works for you. Please refer to the pages listed above for what to focus on as you read and for why and how to write a response paper.