"No," she cried, "sending me away is much worse than the great wrong you've already done to me!" But he refused to listen to her.
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Instead, he called to the servant who waited on him: "Throw this woman out and bolt the door behind her!"
Amnon's servant threw her out and bolted the door behind her. Now Tamar was wearing a long-sleeved garment, because this is what the king's virgin daughters wore.
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Tamar put ashes on her head and tore the long-sleeved garment she was wearing. She put her hand on her head and went away weeping.
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Her brother Absalom said to her: "Has your brother Amnon been with you? Be quiet for now, my sister. He is your brother. Don't take this thing to heart." So Tamar lived as a desolate woman in the house of her brother Absalom.
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When King David heard about all these things, he was furious.
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Absalom didn't say anything to Amnon, either good or bad, because he hated Amnon since he disgraced his sister Tamar.
Two years later, Absalom's sheepshearers were at Baal-hazor near Ephraim, and Absalom invited all the king's sons.
Then he went to the king and said, "Your servant has just hired sheepshearers. Will the king and his servants please come with your servant?"
The king replied to Absalom, "No, my son, we should not all go, or we would be a burden to you." Although Absalom urged him, he wasn't willing to go, though he did bless him.
"If not," Absalom said, "please let my brother Amnon go with us." The king asked him, "Why should he go with you?"