Text in modern sheghagir, written in two columns of 39-40 lines each. Spiritual citations commented on are written in red sheghagir. Initials throughout in red, blue, or black erkat’agir. Headings of chapters 3 and 4 of the codex in blue erkat’agir. Only two complete quires of the codex have survived, both with gatherings of 12 leaves each. Of the remaining quire, only 6 leaves have survived.
Paper; 74 folios, plus unnumbered folios with text in front; 27x21 cm. (written surface area: 23x17 cm.). Text in modern šełagir, written in one column of 26 lines. Notebook composed of sheets of "David Bros. & Co." loose-leaf paper bound together.Contents: The codex is a "Collection of Poems," composed mostly by G. M. George in Armenian, Persian, and English. Many of these poems deal with the theme of love and are addressed to his wife, Aruseak; some are vulgar and even obscene. Additionally, there are lyrics composed by Persian-Armenian minstrels, Łul Yovhannēs and Amir Ōłli, whose poems are reproduced in this codex from other, unnamed sources.