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Then fighing soft , “ 1 learn that litle sweet Ofe tempred is , " quoth she , “ with
muchell smart ; “ 0 , but I feare the fickle freakes , ” quoth me , " For lince my brelt
was launcht with lovely dart “ O Fortune false , and oddes of armes in field .
Hewen out of adamant rocke with engines keenc , « Ah ! lady deare , " quoth then
the gentle knight , That point of speare it never percen could , “ Well may I ween
your griefe is wondrwus great ; Ne ditt of direfull fword divide the substance ...
Saint George of mery England , the ligne of vic . As commonly as frend does with
his frend ; Whereat he wondred much , and gan enquere What farely building
durft so high extend “ Unworthy wretch , ” quoth he , " of so great Her lofty towres
Yet was it but a wooden frame , and frail , « That shall I eke , " quoth he , to you
declare . Glewed together with some subtile matter ; His song was a lamentable
lay Yet had it arms , and wings , and head and tail , Of great unkindnefs , and of ...
Then next blush , Cupid , quoth I , For many have err'd in this beauty . Nath'less
the cruel boy , not so content , Would needs the fly pursue , And in his hand with
heedless hardiment Him caught for to subdue ; But when on it he hafty hand did ...
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