Exodus 13.22: Neither the pillar of cloud by day
nor the pillar of fire by night left its place
in front of the people.

It was on earlier Chalk Farm, where I had spent a day:
"Could you please ...farchs arge?"
With the hope that nobody can ever tell the story:
14 West Extension Areas are filled today
of any side of the native search,
writes on the 145th page side
and Descartes pass[es] by:

"The only thing which opens to a poem
occurs in a main note.
The four samples,
though I've had them
for being there,
though I'm coming
to the same Endmorgan Quartet, says I,
but wind and dark -
but hour to test hypotheses on various directions...
I have another two years before I think of it".

And I say: I have not.

From my 'Birds to Saladin', Bergen 1999,
page 92, written on 17-19 Nov 1998

1999 John Bjarne Grover

On the web 13 April 2004.
Last updated 14 April 2004

Exodus 13.22 is from "The Holy Bible, New International Version", International Bible Society 1984