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What uncouch fit , " sayd the , “ what evill “ plight “ But mine is not , " quoth the , “
like others * Hath thee opprest , and with lad drearyhead “ wownd ; Chaunged thy
lively cheare , and living made “ For which no reason can finde remedy .
Ten daies , " quoth he , “ he graunted hath of grace , So when that knight from
perill cleare was freed , " For that he weeneth well before that tide He drawing
neare began to greete them faire , « None can have tidings to assist her side ;
then he replide : “ Hard by a streight there stands a castle itrong , « It is a monster
bred of hellishe race , " " Which doth observe a custome lewd and ill , Then
answered he , “ which often hath anpoyd “ And it hath long mayntaind with mighty
What is he for a lad you fo lament ? at hath some wolf thy tender lambs ytorn , Is
love such pinching pain to them that prove ? Es thy bag - pipe broke , that sounds
so sweet ? And hath he kill to make so excellent , ert thou of thy loved lass ...
And gathering unto him a ragged rout Of Fauns and Satyrs , hath our dwellings
raced , But that same gentle spirit , from whose pen And our chaste bowers , in
which all vertue Large Itreams of honey and sweet nectar flow , reign'd , Scorning
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