Hedelund

John Bjarne Grover


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THE TEN COMMANDMENTS
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Checklist for this world
and to a bunny.

God, it came to you.

         Hedelund



But I have new resource.
This is an attempt to describe
     (how do I see it?)
official misources open,
will Definite Definity
while she and I will have to go
     into the third, leasing the time,
which are not numbered according to me.

And, in the present war, the conspiracies
     are levels of consciousness,
which thus gave the impression that the whole animal text,
the secret garden,
His Holiness would come:

"I am rather going to slay, and that will cause some action".

Ja. I do. I see.



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The poem is discussed in the article on 'Revelation in poetry' (towards the end of the article). There are also some comments on the concept of 'Hedelund' (a little grove = 'lund' on or at the end of a large plain with only low vegetation = 'hede') relative to the converse concept of a forest 'glade' in the article on 'Revelation in history'. The poem is the last one in my "A deep ratch" (which is the second book in 'A saga Hume') and was written in Vilnius on 26 May 2000. The parallel text to my book is from Exodus leading up to these ten commandments. The first poem in the same book is the one called 'A deep ratch'.





John Bjarne Grover
On the web 26 December 2006
Last updated 5 March 2008