The entire Book of Micah is written in seven rectangular blocks with one chapter per block. The text is mostly written without punctation in small, densly packed cursive and block letters and in uneven lines that decline towards the end of each. Chapter 1 is set on the right of the top row in the corner of the sheet. The name of the prophet is written in large, wide, and bold letters on the first line (Micah 1:1). On the second line the word "Jerusalem" (Micah 1:1) is written in large, wide block letters. On the same line the word "all ye" (Micah 1:2) is written in punctuated cursive letters. "ירושלים" "כלם" Chapter 2, set on the middle of the top row is written in 15 wave-shaped lines, which are more densely packed towards the end. The last line (Micah 3:1) is crossed out by a zig-zag line. Chapter 3 is located on the left of the top row and is written in 14 lines in cursive letters which are larger than the other chapters. 1 and 2 with wider spaces between lines and letters. Chapter 4, is written at the center of the sheet, below chapter 2, in 19 uneven uneven lines. The top ten and half lines correspond to chapter 4:1-5, and are written in large wide bold letters, while the rest of the paragraph is written in thin, very dense letters. On the first line, the word "days" is emphasized by a high "Mem" letter. "הימים" Chapter 5 is located on the right of the bottom row and is written in 12 straight lines, in small densly packed cursive letters. Chapter 6, at the center of the bottom row and below Micah 4, declines towards the end. Chapter 7, located on the left of the bottom row is written in declining lines. The last words of the last lines are crowded into the lower left corner of the page. The last word of the chapter, "old", is punctuated. "קדם"