aA
aA
aA
aA
aA
aA
ANF08. The Twelve Patriarchs, Excerpts and Epistles, The Clementia, Apocrypha, Decretals, Memoirs of Edessa and Syriac Documents, Remains of the First
« Prev The Woman's Story Continued. Next »

Chapter XVIII.—The Woman’s Story Continued.

“And, not to detain you with a long and profitless story, I willingly dwelt with her on account of the faithful affection which she retained for her husband.  But not long after, my hands (unhappy woman that I was!), long torn with gnawing, became powerless, and she who had taken me in fell into palsy, and now lies at home in her bed; also the affection of those women who had formerly pitied me grew cold.  We are both helpless.  I, as you see, sit begging; and when I get anything, one meal serves two wretches.  Behold, now you have heard enough of my affairs; why do you delay the fulfilment of your promise, to give me a remedy, by which both of us may end our miserable life without torment?”

« Prev The Woman's Story Continued. Next »

Advertisements


| Define | Popups: Login | Register | Prev Next | Help |