The Samaritan Woman: She Will Be Loved

Posted November 8, 2017 5:48 am by Wendel Hall

The Samaritan Woman: She Will Be Loved

Early Morning
He sleeps quietly, but my eyes are open.  My head rests softly on his shoulder and I feel his chest rise and fall.  I cannot say “my husband;” I say “my baal.” I sigh, thinking perhaps today I will be loved.
The others were not righteous.  They divorced me publicly, with accusation, taunt, and ridicule. Each time the same: months passed, no child came. First came the sarcasm, the ridicule, the hatred.  Next came the beatings. The fat lip; the black eye; the bruises; visible signs of the only love I deserved. Just before the humiliation of divorce, the beatings stopped.
I

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