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the godbout aquistion act of 1894



thince they spoke of honor
that which elludes him
she wishes to make
villan of him
so that others will
ostrosize him
they shall villify him to collect
the purse and prize that he
has labored to have.
speak him cheap
and compare him to
wealthier people might he
be seen as foul and mean
those within the circle
shall agree to what is means
and what is of evil
they speak what they wish others
to believe and make villian of those
they wish not
to be with.
that they may consecrate
the gains of them that they
vilify.
in the name of there God
they shall cause others to unite against
him and divide the loyalties of others.
bouts between folk in
opposition of others.

About this poem

it is the intro log of the Book, Bet's Meanus: a Quaker who's wife meet modern Christains in an American City. They brain washed her, to be against her husband and try to take his and his family's wealth. She was helped by her freinds, in creating him as a villious monsteer. People beleived the stories at first, but cited him being away from home for long periods of time. It caused others to wonder why his labors should be diuvided when he labored, chored, bought, managed, and allocated, fair and proper fundings for the families needs.  

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Written on January 26, 1894

Submitted by allanterry542curtis on July 13, 2021

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Diez Ahgo Le'Peirre

Suppliment and the respect of men, would be taught in our schools, if they taught woman how to speak independant of masulinity. those who's needs are meet by her husband and her husband alone, might understand the need for womaen to unite, as labors chore takers, as well in their struggle of not needed a man for which he whats her to need him. more…

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