When did it started?

John Bjarne Grover

TEQ #57
Luke 23:55
  τὸ σῶμα αὐτοῦ

When did it started?
    On Friday the fifteenth,
is a functional flower
    in addition to many
and paranoid.

I am out to finding Harrocks,
a high metaphysics
    over the fly.
It has a pre-syntactic craft,
or if you leave it, you must
work a litt abstract
such that there were '21'
    on his trousers.

Who ate a little befast,
and if spaces are allowed
   to go a little [a]round
works and bokstaver in the christian.
That's where I'm living
    and that's why I've 'A'.

My gales pass
the first line after the green
through many years,
    and I have been to
you develop time-honour-him
    by the table -

...and the four/five cats
    often sitting in here.

22 November 1997

From my 'TEQ' = 'The Endmorgan Quartet', in the first book "Hammerfest".

"...(was laid in it) his body" was the parallel text in an earlier version of this page. There are several ways of subdividing the greek original to the several poems - the above (meaning 'his body') is used in the 2013 edition. 'Bokstaver' = Norw. for 'alphabetic letters'.

Source for the greek parallel text is Novum Testamentum Graece, by Hahn (post Lachmannum et Tischendorfium), Lipsiae 1861. .

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