POST 1,400: another sonnet of mine, based on the previous 2 haiku in Mycenaean Greek:
But Jesus immediately spoke to them, saying, Take courage; it is I:
do not be afraid.
The Temple of Bahai’, Tel Aviv, Israel
While you are so afraid of your own life,
never fear for me, for I fear as well
as well as you for every scrap of strife
we shall have all endured by spiting hell:
and it’s just as well, heaven willing earth
shall allow Bahai’ the inspiration
to distance wisdom of our precious worth,
our spirit His, His imagination
ours the “forever Was”, forever shared
with every single soul, however ill:
We’ll know the love of God has always spared
us all and embraces us in his Will...
... and it’s just as well I can hear Him spell
his Word on us to see us faring well.
January 10, 2017
Historical linguist, Linear B, Mycenaean Greek, Minoan Linear A, Arcado-Cypriot Linear C, ancient Greek, Homer, Iliad, only Blog ENTIRELY devoted to Linear B on Internet; bilingual English- French, read Latin fluently, read Italian & ancient Greek including Linear B well, Antikythera Mechanism
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