Shirley Morgan


When Women Hurt


Why do women hurt, God say we all come from dirt. The big question that has been in existence
since the beginning of time. Why Womens' hurt
each other. It appears that women have been
confused since Abraham's days. Remember
when Sarah could'nt bare a child? She asked
the bondwoman(Haggar) to have her man and her child'
She told the woman to sleep with her man
Women are so silly. She had the man and
the land. And after she got what she wanted
she wanted to band them. She threw Haggar and her stepson Issac out.
Oh yes women have hurt each
other since the beginning of time.
Today this would be called chid abuse.
Today women continue to treat each other like bond women
and hurt each other.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 09, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, May 07, 2014

Topic(s): hurting


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