Friday, February 7, 2014

Et In Arcadia Ego

111.    A call to someone,
To participiate,
In a contest,
Or fight,
To decide who is superior,
Of or relating to,
The ecumenical council of the Christian Church,
Held at Chalcedon,
In ancient Bithynia,
In 451,
Which affirmed the dual,
United nature of Christ as,
God and men,
They are,
Clearly defined,
Or identified,
A physical quantity,
Expressed in terms of a unit mass,
Or other measure,
Or calculated as a ratio,
Corresponding value,
For a substance,
Used as,
A reference.

112.    A female demon,
Believed to have sexual intercourse,
With sleeping men,
Fair to resist,
Each of series,
Of earthly lifetimes or forms,
The centre of the incircle of a triangle or other figure,
Able to communicate with other people,
Containing a filament,
Which glows white-hot,
When heated by a current passed through it,
Deserving to be remembered forever,
A small pointed beard growing below the lower lip,
A rhyme,
That only partly satisfies the usual criteria,
Faulty or incomplete,
The repetition of a phrase or melody,
In another part or voice,
Usually at a different pitch.

113.    The belief that,
Matter has no objective existence,
Spiritual rather than physical,
Of God,
Permanently pervading the universe,
The use of,
Perspective in art,
To give appearance of,
Existing only in the imagination,
The Roman Catholic doctrine that,
God preserved the Virgin Mary,
From the taint of,
Original sin,
From the moment she was conceived,
On December eight.

114.    The theory that,
Phenomena can be explained,
By an immanent force,
A thing that fails to work properly,
Because of,
A fine dispersion of,
One liquid in another,
In which it is not soluble or miscible,
Lose moisture,
And turn to a fine powder,
On exposure to air,
Begin to bloom,
A substance that flows out,
Et In Arcadia Ego.

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