HYMSILF................10
RomB 2340 And to hymsilf kepith right nought, 2336
RomB 3210 God hymsilf, that is so high, 3206
RomB 3239 He is wis that wol hymsilf chastise. 3234
RomB 4902 Withynne hymsilf is such debat, 4896
RomB 5219 As to hymsilf, without dredyng 5214
RomB 5380 And knowe hymsilf, he is not wys. 5374
RomB 5649 Pictigoras hymsilf reherses 5644
RomB 5762 Hymsilf it availeth not a myte; 5756
RomC 6110 He wole hymsilf suspecious make, 6104
RomC 7656 Or by hymsilf perceyven wel. 7644
 
 HYNDRE.................4
RomA 1039 For bothe she helpe and hyndre may. 1038
RomB 2117 If wikkidnesse ne hyndre thee. 2114
RomC 5850 Shull at the hyndre gate assayle, 5844
RomC 6064 And hyndre hem neithir nyght ne day, 6058
 
 HYNDREN................1
RomB 5297 And hyndren hym of his renoun, 5292
 
 HYPOCRISYE.............1
RomC 7394 And pale through hypocrisye; 7382
 
 HYS....................2
RomB 3685 To chafe hys frend out of measure, 3680
RomC 7410 Hys lokyng was not disdeynous, 7398
 
 I......................1119
RomA 6 This may I drawe to warraunt 6
RomA 15 For this trowe I, and say for me, 14
RomA 23 Of yonge folk, I wente soone 22
RomA 24 To bedde, as I was wont to done, 24
RomA 25 And faste I slepte; and in slepyng 24
RomA 31 Now this drem wol I ryme aright 30
RomA 38 Shal hatte, that I rede you here: 38
RomA 40 In which al the art of love I close. 40
RomA 69 That is the robe I mene, iwys, 68
RomA 95 And up I roos and gan me clothe. 94
RomA 96 Anoon I wissh myn hondis bothe. 96
RomA 97 A sylvre nedle forth I drough 96
RomA 105 Alone I wente in my plaiyng, 104
RomA 110 Toward a ryver gan I me dresse 110
RomA 111 That I herd renne faste by, 110
RomA 112 For fairer plaiyng non saugh I 112
RomA 120 And never saugh I, er that day, 120
RomA 122 And wondir glad was I to se 122
RomA 125 My face I wyssh. Tho saugh I well 124
RomA 125 My face I wyssh. Tho saugh I well 124
RomA 132 Tho gan I walke thorough the mede, 132
RomA 135 And whan I had a while goon, 134
RomA 136 I saugh a gardyn right anoon, 136
RomA 143 Gan I biholde bysyly, 142
RomA 144 And I wole telle you redyly 144
RomA 146 As fer as I have in remembraunce. 146
RomA 147 Amydde saugh I Hate stonde, 146
RomA 164 Hir name above hir heed saugh I, 164
RomA 167 Clepid was saugh I and fond 166
RomA 175 Wel coude he peynte, I undirtake, 174
RomA 207 Another ymage set saugh I 206
RomA 230 It was ful old, I undirtake, 230
RomA 270 She nolde, I dar seyn hardely, 270
RomA 281 I trowe that if Envie, iwis, 280
RomA 289 I saugh Envie in that peyntyng 288
RomA 315 I trowe that no wight myght hir please 314
RomA 331 And eek I telle you certeynly 330
RomA 403 But natheles, I trowe that she 402
RomA 461 To clothe hir with, I undirtake; 460
RomA 463 And she was putt, that I of talke, 462
RomA 476 As I have you er this devysed, 476
RomA 488 I trowe that nevere man ne say, 488
RomA 494 Therynne were briddes mo, I wene, 494
RomA 499 And I mysilf so mery ferde, 498
RomA 500 Whan I her blisful songes herde, 500
RomA 501 That for an hundred pound nolde I 500
RomA 504 That I nolde entren for to se 504
RomA 509 Whan I thus herde foules synge, 508
RomA 510 I fel fast in a weymentynge 510
RomA 512 I myght come into that gardyn; 512
RomA 513 But way I couth. fynde noon 512
RomA 515 Ne nought wist I if that ther were 514
RomA 517 By which I myght have entre. 516
RomA 519 For I was al aloone, iwys, 518
RomA 521 Til atte last bithought I me 520
RomA 525 Tho gan I go a full gret pas 524
RomA 528 Tyl that I fond a wiket small 528
RomA 529 So shett that I ne myght in gon, 528
RomA 531 Uppon this dore I gan to smyte, 530
RomA 533 For other wey coude I not seke. 532
RomA 534 Ful long I shof, and knokkide eke, 534
RomA 536 If that I herde ony wight comyng, 536
RomA 587 I thanked hir as I best myghte, 586
RomA 587 I thanked hir as I best myghte, 586
RomA 589 And what she was I axide eke. 588
RomA 595 Ful myghty and ful riche am I, 594
RomA 597 For I entende to nothyng 596
RomA 600 Aqueynted am I and pryve 600
RomA 630 And I hadde herkned wel, ywys, 630
RomA 631 Thanne seide I to dame Ydelnesse, 630
RomA 635 Fro thilk assemble, if I may, 634
RomA 637 That I this nyght ne mote it see. 636
RomA 638 For wel wene I there with hym be 638
RomA 642 In at the wiket went I tho, 642
RomA 645 And whan I was inne, iwys, 644
RomA 647 For wel wende I ful sikerly 646
RomA 663 Chalaundres fele sawe I there, 662
RomA 670 These briddes, that I you devise; 670
RomA 673 And trusteth wel, whan I hem herde, 672
RomA 674 Ful lustily and wel I ferde, 674
RomA 689 And certis, whan I herde her song, 688
RomA 691 In herte I wex so wondir gay 690
RomA 692 That I was never erst, er that day, 692
RomA 694 Ne merye in herte, as I was thoo. 694
RomA 695 And than wist I and saw ful well 694
RomA 698 Hir freend wel ought I for to be, 698
RomA 701 From hennes forth hou that I wroughte, 700
RomA 702 I shal you tellen, as me thoughte. 702
RomA 705 Withoute fable I wol discryve. 704
RomA 707 I wole you tellen aftir this 706
RomA 710 I may not telle you all at ones, 710
RomA 711 But, as I may and can, I shall 710
RomA 711 But, as I may and can, I shall 710
RomA 721 And whan that I hadde herd, I trowe, 720
RomA 721 And whan that I hadde herd, I trowe, 720
RomA 723 Than myght I not withholde me 722
RomA 724 That I ne wente inne for to see 724
RomA 729 Tho wente I forth on my right hond 728
RomA 730 Doun by a lytel path I fond 730
RomA 733 Sir Myrthe I fond, and right anoon 732
RomA 734 Unto Sir Myrthe gan I goon, 734
RomA 738 That whan I saw, I wondred me 738
RomA 738 That whan I saw, I wondred me 738
RomA 743 This folk, of which I telle you soo, 742
RomA 770 And saillouris, that I dar wel swere 770
RomA 790 What shulde I more to you devyse? 790
RomA 791 Ne bede I never thennes go, 790
RomA 792 Whiles that I saw hem daunce so. 792
RomA 794 I gan biholde, til atte laste 794
RomA 798 I pray to God evere falle hir faire! 798
RomA 803 And I, withoute tariyng, 802
RomA 805 I was abasshed never a dell, 804
RomA 809 For if I hadde durst, certeyn 808
RomA 810 I wolde have karoled right fayn, 810
RomA 812 Thanne gan I loken ofte sithe 812
RomA 816 And I shal telle what they were. 816
RomA 818 A fairer man I nevere sigh. 818
RomA 859 Men myght it cleve, I dar wel seyn. 858
RomA 865 I not what of hir nose descryve, 864
RomA 868 I wot no lady so likyng. 868
RomA 870 I, which seyen have a thousand, 870
RomA 889 I drede encombred for to be; 888
RomA 930 Withoute wem, I dar warante, 928
RomA 954 Was clepid, as I trowe, Symplesse. 952
RomA 983 These arowis that I speke of heere 982
RomA 992 But though I telle not as blyve 990
RomA 994 Herafter shal I tellen right 992
RomA 996 As fer as I have remembraunce. 994
RomA 997 All shal be seid, I undirtake, 996
RomA 998 Er of this book an ende I make. 996
RomA 999 Now come I to my tale ageyn. 998
RomA 1000 But aldirfirst I wol you seyn 998
RomA 1007 As an arowe, of which I tolde. 1006
RomA 1027 As helpe me God, whan I remembre 1026
RomA 1072 Ne trowe not that I lye or madde, 1070
RomA 1110 So fair, trowe I, was never noon. 1108
RomA 1120 A fyn charboncle set saugh I. 1118
RomA 1140 For all his purpos, as I gesse, 1138
RomA 1166 I trowe that she coude tristily 1164
RomA 1181 For by ensample I telle this: 1180
RomA 1247 I can not telle you what he highte, 1246
RomA 1249 All hadde he be, I sey no more, 1248
RomA 1255 (I pray God yeve hir right good grace!), 1254
RomA 1256 Whanne I com first into the place. 1254
RomA 1264 I wot no lady so plesaunt. 1262
RomA 1273 Faire Idilnesse thanne saugh I, 1272
RomA 1275 Of hir have I, withoute fayle, 1274
RomA 1277 For (as I seide) loo, that was she 1276
RomA 1281 And after daunced, as I gesse, 1280
RomA 1300 Of beaute wot I noon his per. 1298
RomA 1309 Whanne I hadde seen the countenaunces 1308
RomA 1311 Thanne hadde I will to gon and see 1310
RomA 1322 For this dar I seyn, oute of drede, 1320
RomA 1327 Oute of that place wente I thoo, 1326
RomA 1328 And in that gardyn gan I goo, 1326
RomA 1342 For if I with his arowe mette, 1340
RomA 1344 But I, that nothyng wist of this, 1342
RomA 1347 But nowhere wold I reste me, 1346
RomA 1348 Till I hadde in all the gardyn be. 1346
RomA 1355 There were, and that wot I full well, 1354
RomA 1387 What shulde I tel you more of it? 1386
RomA 1389 That I shulde al encombred be 1388
RomA 1390 Er I had rekened every tree. 1388
RomA 1391 These trees were set, that I devyse, 1390
RomA 1393 Fyve fadome or sixe, I trowe so; 1392
RomA 1409 In places saw I welles there, 1408
RomA 1412 But I ne can the nombre telle 1410
RomA 1439 I wol nat longe holde you in fable 1438
RomA 1441 I mot my tonge stynten nede, 1440
RomA 1442 For I ne may, withouten drede, 1440
RomA 1445 I went on right hond and on left 1444
RomA 1447 Tyl I had [in] al the garden ben, 1446
RomA 1449 And thus while I wente in my play, 1448
RomA 1455 And so befyl, I rested me 1454
RomA 1539 Ladyes, I preye ensample takith, 1538
RomA 1543 Whanne that this lettre of which I telle 1542
RomA 1546 I gan anoon withdrawe me, 1544
RomA 1549 But at the laste thanne thought I 1548
RomA 1551 I myght unto the welle goo. 1550
RomA 1552 Wherof shulde I abasshen soo? 1550
RomA 1554 And doun I loutede for to see 1552
RomA 1567 Down at the botme set saw I 1564
RomA 1570 But o thing sothly dar I telle, 1568
RomA 1584 To make ensample wole I fonde. 1582
RomA 1633 As ye shull, whanne I have undo 1630
RomA 1639 But I may say, in sory houre 1636
RomA 1640 Stode I to loken or to poure, 1638
RomA 1641 For sithen [have] I sore siked. 1638
RomA 1643 But hadde I first knowen in my wit 1640
RomA 1645 I nolde not have mused there. 1642
RomA 1647 For in the snare I fell anoon 1644
RomA 1649 In thilke mirrour saw I tho, 1646
RomA 1653 Tho had I sich lust and envie, 1650
RomA 1655 Nolde I have left to goon and see 1652
RomA 1657 Whanne I was with this rage hent, 1654
RomA 1659 Toward the roser gan I go; 1656
RomA 1660 And whanne I was not fer therfro, 1658
RomA 1663 As I hadde all enbawmed be. 1660
RomA 1664 And if I ne hadde endouted me 1662
RomA 1666 My thankis, wolde I not have failed 1664
RomA 1669 And smellen to it where I wente; 1666
RomA 1670 But ever I dredde me to repente, 1668
RomA 1675 Of knoppes clos some sawe I there; 1672
RomA 1680 I love well sich roses rede, 1678
RomA 1689 Might I [a] gerlond of hem geten, 1686
RomA 1690 For no richesse I wolde it leten. 1688
RomA 1691 Among the knoppes I ches oon 1688
RomA 1693 Ne preise I half so well as it, 1690
RomA 1694 Whanne I avise it in my wit. 1692
RomB 1706 Whanne I hadde smelled the savour swote, 1704
RomB 1707 No will hadde I fro thens yit goo, 1704
RomB 1708 Bot somdell neer it wente I thoo, 1706
RomB 1710 Ne dorste I to the Rose bede 1708
RomB 1714 For sore I dradde to harmed be. 1712
RomB 1719 And whanne he saw hou that I 1716
RomB 1722 Than ony other that I say, 1720
RomB 1732 Sithen that day I have chevered ofte. 1730
RomB 1733 Whanne I was hurt thus, in [a] stounde 1730
RomB 1734 I felle doun plat unto the grounde. 1732
RomB 1736 And longe tyme a-swoone I lay. 1734
RomB 1737 But whanne I come out of swonyng, 1734
RomB 1739 I was all maat, and wende full well 1736
RomB 1743 For-why I found my wounde all dreie. 1740
RomB 1744 Thanne tok I with myn hondis tweie 1742
RomB 1746 And in the pullyng sore I sighte. 1744
RomB 1748 I drough out with the fethers thre. 1746
RomB 1752 That I it myghte nought arace; 1750
RomB 1754 Al bledde I not a drope of blod. 1752
RomB 1755 I was bothe anguyssous and trouble 1752
RomB 1756 For the perill that I saw double: 1754
RomB 1757 I nyste what to seye or do, 1754
RomB 1760 Ne hadde I help of hope ne bote. 1758
RomB 1766 For certis evenly, I dar wel seyn, 1764
RomB 1769 Thanne gan I for to drawe me 1766
RomB 1781 Thanne I anoon dide al my craft 1778
RomB 1783 And therwithall I sighed eft. 1780
RomB 1788 The more desir hadde I to goo 1786
RomB 1804 A-swoone I fell bothe deed and pale. 1802
RomB 1805 Long tyme I lay and stired nought, 1802
RomB 1806 Till I abraide out of my thought, 1804
RomB 1807 And faste thanne I avysede me 1804
RomB 1810 For ought I couth. pulle or wynde, 1808
RomB 1811 So sore it stikid whanne I was hit, 1808
RomB 1812 That by no craft I myght it flit. 1810
RomB 1814 I felte sich woo my wounde ay wrought, 1812
RomB 1817 But I ne durste in no maner, 1814
RomB 1819 " For evermore gladly, " as I rede, 1816
RomB 1822 Though that I sigh yit arwis reyne, 1820
RomB 1824 Ne for no payne that I myght feell, 1822
RomB 1825 Yit myght I not mysilf witholde 1822
RomB 1829 Upon my fete I ros up than, 1826
RomB 1831 And forth to gon [my] myght I sette, 1828
RomB 1832 And for the archer nolde I lette. 1830
RomB 1833 Toward the roser fast I drow, 1830
RomB 1837 That I ne myghte gete grace 1834
RomB 1840 I must abide, though it me rewe, 1838
RomB 1844 I was so nygh, I myghte fel 1842
RomB 1844 I was so nygh, I myghte fel 1842
RomB 1848 That I so neer myghte it se. 1846
RomB 1849 Sich joie anoon therof hadde I 1846
RomB 1850 That I forgat my malady. 1848
RomB 1851 To sen I hadde sich delit, 1848
RomB 1852 Of sorwe and angre I was al quyt, 1850
RomB 1853 And of my woundes that I hadde thore; 1850
RomB 1857 But whanne a while I hadde be thar, 1854
RomB 1865 Thanne I anoon gan chaungen hewe 1862
RomB 1867 That I agayn fell in swonyng 1864
RomB 1869 Soore I compleyned that my sore 1866
RomB 1871 I hadde noon hope of allegeaunce; 1868
RomB 1872 So nygh I drow to desperaunce, 1870
RomB 1873 I roughte of deth ne of lyf, 1870
RomB 1876 I myght his power nought forsake. 1874
RomB 1877 And while for anger thus I wok, 1874
RomB 1897 That in full gret peyne I abod. 1894
RomB 1903 I hadde ben deed and al toshent, 1900
RomB 1905 The shaft I drow out of the arwe, 1902
RomB 1909 With other foure, I dar wel say, 1906
RomB 1912 And yit sich sorwe dide I fel 1908
RomB 1913 That al day I chaunged hewe 1910
RomB 1922 In hem I felte bothe harm and good; 1918
RomB 1932 Therfore I rede make no daunger. 1928
RomB 1942 For I wol that it be soo. 1938
RomB 1944 And I answerid ful hombly, 1940
RomB 1946 I wole me yelde in alle thyng. 1942
RomB 1947 To youre servyse I wol me take, 1944
RomB 1948 For God defende that I shulde make 1944
RomB 1950 I wole not don so gret offence, 1946
RomB 1951 For if I dide, it were no skile. 1948
RomB 1954 Fro you in no wise may I goo. 1950
RomB 1956 I may not laste out of youre bond. 1952
RomB 1957 Pleyn at youre lyst I yelde me, 1954
RomB 1961 Withouten helthe I mot ay dure, 1958
RomB 1963 Comfort or helthe how shuld I have, 1960
RomB 1968 Youre prisoner, I wol it take 1964
RomB 1973 Of you I here so myche pris, 1970
RomB 1974 I wole ben hool at youre devis 1970
RomB 1978 Mercy of that I abide. " 1974
RomB 1979 And with that covenaunt yelde I me 1976
RomB 1983 And seide, " I love thee bothe and preise, 1980
RomB 1986 For now I wot wel uttirly 1982
RomB 1994 For [to] thy helpyng wole I eche, 1990
RomB 1995 And eke encresen that I may. 1992
RomB 1996 But first I wole that thou obay 1992
RomB 2002 For sauff of cherlis I ne vouche 1998
RomB 2009 And first of o thing warne I thee, 2006
RomB 2018 I bere of love the gonfanoun, 2014
RomB 2020 For I am of the silf manere, 2016
RomB 2035 I bicom his man anoon, 2032
RomB 2040 Whanne I hadde kissed his mouth so swote; 2036
RomB 2041 I hadde sich myrthe and sich likyng, 2038
RomB 2044 " I have, " he seide, " taken fele homages 2040
RomB 2045 Of oon and other, where I have ben 2042
RomB 2050 Wherof I repente and am agreved. 2046
RomB 2051 And I hem gete in my daunger, 2048
RomB 2053 But for I love thee, I seie thee pleyn, 2050
RomB 2053 But for I love thee, I seie thee pleyn, 2050
RomB 2054 I wol of thee be more certeyn; 2050
RomB 2055 For thee so sore I wole now bynde 2052
RomB 2062 I merveile the askyng this demande. 2058
RomB 2083 Quod Love, " and fully I acord. 2080
RomB 2091 Thyn herte to me now wole I shette. 2088
RomB 2093 I bynde undir this litel keye, 2090
RomB 2102 And I hadde putte hym out of doute, 2098
RomB 2103 " Sire, " I seide, " I have right gret wille 2100
RomB 2103 " Sire, " I seide, " I have right gret wille 2100
RomB 2107 I seye nought for recreaundise, 2104
RomB 2108 For I nought doute of youre servise, 2104
RomB 2115 In thank thi servise wol I take, 2112
RomB 2116 And high of degre I wol thee make, 2112
RomB 2118 But, as I hope, it shal nought be; 2114
RomB 2123 I wot mysilf what may thee save, 2120
RomB 2126 I shal unto thy helpyng eke, 2122
RomB 2134 Whiche I to lovers yeve of right. " 2130
RomB 2135 " A sire, for Goddis love, " seide I, 2132
RomB 2138 And I shall kepe hem, if I may; 2134
RomB 2138 And I shall kepe hem, if I may; 2134
RomB 2140 And if so be I wot hem nought, 2136
RomB 2141 Thanne may I [erre] unwityngly. 2138
RomB 2142 Wherfore I pray you enterely, 2138
RomB 2144 That I trespasse in no manere. " 2140
RomB 2168 Tyl I this Romance may unhide, 2164
RomB 2173 Whanne I undon have this dremyng, 2170
RomB 2176 I wole, " sayde Love, " over alle thyng, 2172
RomB 2179 I curse and blame generaly 2176
RomB 2185 I nyl resseyve unto my servise 2182
RomB 2198 Of hem noon other deme I can. 2194
RomB 2227 For I nought holde hym, in good feith, 2224
RomB 2287 For love doth haten, as I fynde, 2284
RomB 2289 Alwey in herte I rede thee 2286
RomB 2307 Do it goodly, I comaunde thee. 2304
RomB 2343 " Now wol I shortly heere reherce 2340
RomB 2344 Of that I have seid in verce 2340
RomB 2355 " First I joyne thee, heere in penaunce, 2352
RomB 2362 I wole, and comaunde thee, 2358
RomB 2366 For I lovede nevere doublenesse. 2362
RomB 2369 But of hym drede I me right nought, 2366
RomB 2374 I holde it but a wrecchid thyng; 2370
RomB 2387 Whanne thou hast yeven thyn herte, as I 2384
RomB 2400 Such sorowe, I trowe, thou never hade; 2396
RomB 2422 That I ne may my lady se? 2418
RomB 2424 And I abyde al sol in wo, 2420
RomB 2427 Alas, myne eyen sende I ne may 2424
RomB 2430 I prayse nothyng, whatever they se. 2426
RomB 2435 A fool myself I may wel holde, 2432
RomB 2436 Whan I ne se what myn herte wolde. 2432
RomB 2437 Wherfore I wol gon her to sen, 2434
RomB 2438 Or eased shal I never ben, 2434
RomB 2439 But I have som tokenyng.' 2436
RomB 2474 For verray sothe I tell it thee, 2470
RomB 2517 Wherfore I rede, in thi goyng, 2514
RomB 2584 But now I wake, it is al shent! 2580
RomB 2587 I wolde this thought wolde come ageyn, 2584
RomB 2592 The joye, I trowe, that I langoure? 2588
RomB 2592 The joye, I trowe, that I langoure? 2588
RomB 2593 The deth I wolde me shulde sloo 2590
RomB 2594 While I lye in hir armes twoo. 2590
RomB 2596 My gret unese full ofte I meene. 2592
RomB 2597 " `But wolde Love do so I myght 2594
RomB 2600 Allas, to gret a thing aske I! 2596
RomB 2605 And I ne wot what I may say, 2602
RomB 2605 And I ne wot what I may say, 2602
RomB 2606 I am so fer out of the way; 2602
RomB 2607 For I wolde have full gret likyng 2604
RomB 2614 All is but folye that I do, 2610
RomB 2615 So high I have myn herte set, 2612
RomB 2616 Where I may no comfort get. 2612
RomB 2617 I wote not wher I seye well or nought, 2614
RomB 2617 I wote not wher I seye well or nought, 2614
RomB 2618 But this I wot wel in my thought, 2614
RomB 2621 A lok on hir I caste goodly, 2618
RomB 2624 A, Lord! Wher I shall byde the day 2620
RomB 2629 I have no joye thus heere to ly, 2626
RomB 2633 I wolde it dawed, and were now day, 2630
RomB 2635 For were it day, I wolde uprise. 2632
RomB 2664 I mene all save the lady free, 2660
RomB 2693 For oft I see suche losengours 2690
RomB 2695 " Yit with o thing I thee charge, 2692
RomB 2717 " Now have I told thee in what wise 2714
RomB 2722 I seide hym: " Sire, how may it be 2718
RomB 2725 I merveyle me wonder faste 2722
RomB 2732 As helpe me God, this merveile I 2728
RomB 2736 " Freend, by the feith I owe to thee, 2732
RomB 2788 " And I shall yeve thee eke, iwys, 2784
RomB 2821 This comfort wole I that thou take; 2818
RomB 2838 In olde dawes, as I fynde, 2834
RomB 2843 In which she seyde, `Whanne that I here 2840
RomB 2856 Therfore I rede thee that thou gett 2852
RomB 2935 " Now have I declared thee all oute 2932
RomB 2937 For I have told thee feithfully 2934
RomB 2950 But at this tyme this I thee yive. " 2946
RomB 2955 And I alloone lefte, all sool, 2952
RomB 2957 For I saw no man there me by. 2954
RomB 2959 Me for to curen nothyng I knew, 2956
RomB 2962 Of other comfort knew I nought, 2958
RomB 2964 I knew not elles to my bihove 2960
RomB 2970 And fast I bisiede, and wolde fayn 2966
RomB 2971 Have passed the hay, if I myghte 2968
RomB 2974 But evere I dradde blamed to be, 2970
RomB 2976 That I wolde of entencioun 2972
RomB 2978 Therfore to entre I was in fere. 2974
RomB 2979 But at the last, as I bithought 2976
RomB 2980 Whether I shulde passe or nought, 2976
RomB 2981 I saw come with a glad cher 2978
RomB 2995 If I may helpe you in ought, 2992
RomB 2996 I shall not feyne, dredeth nought, 2992
RomB 2997 For I am bounde to youre servise, 2994
RomB 2999 Thanne unto Bialacoil saide I, 2996
RomB 3000 " I thanke you, sir, full hertely, 2996
RomB 3006 Thorough the breres anoon wente I, 3002
RomB 3008 I was wel plesed, the soth to say, 3004
RomB 3012 Whanne I so nygh me myghte fel 3008
RomB 3039 I mene this that Trespas highte; 3036
RomB 3041 Shame, of that I spak aforn. 3038
RomB 3065 I hadde wel sped, hadde I not ben 3062
RomB 3065 I hadde wel sped, hadde I not ben 3062
RomB 3070 And, me to plese, bad that I 3066
RomB 3079 I made [me] of that leef full queynt, 3076
RomB 3080 And whanne I felte I was aqueynt 3076
RomB 3080 And whanne I felte I was aqueynt 3076
RomB 3082 I wende all at my will hadde be. 3078
RomB 3083 Thanne wax I hardy for to tel 3080
RomB 3086 And seide, " Sir, so mote I thee, 3082
RomB 3087 I may no joye have in no wise, 3084
RomB 3089 For sithe (if I shall not feyne) 3086
RomB 3090 In herte I have had so gret peyne, 3086
RomB 3092 That I ne wot what I shall say; 3088
RomB 3092 That I ne wot what I shall say; 3088
RomB 3093 I drede youre wrath to disserve. 3090
RomB 3099 " I nyl be wroth, if that I may, 3096
RomB 3099 " I nyl be wroth, if that I may, 3096
RomB 3101 Thanne seide I, " Ser, not you displease 3098
RomB 3106 Supposeth not, sir, that I lye. 3102
RomB 3112 And tresour that I moost desire. " 3108
RomB 3117 A mochel fool thanne I were, 3114
RomB 3118 If I suffride you awey to bere 3114
RomB 3127 I nolde not that it pulled were 3124
RomB 3149 Fle hennes, felowe! I rede thee goo! 3144
RomB 3150 It wanteth litel I wole thee sloo. 3146
RomB 3155 I wole no more in thee affye, 3150
RomB 3159 I durst no more there make abod 3154
RomB 3163 For feer of hym I tremblyde and quok, 3158
RomB 3166 I shulde not from his hondis scape. 3162
RomB 3168 And I, all sool, disconsolat, 3164
RomB 3170 For shame to deth I was nygh brought. 3166
RomB 3171 Thanne thought I on myn high foly, 3166
RomB 3174 And therto hadde I so gret ire, 3170
RomB 3175 That I ne durst the hayes passe. 3170
RomB 3177 I trowe nevere man wiste of peyne, 3172
RomB 3182 Whanne peyne he seide I shulde fel; 3178
RomB 3185 I myght not with the anger laste; 3180
RomB 3187 Whanne I thought on the Rose, that soo 3182
RomB 3189 A long while stod I in that stat, 3184
RomB 3206 I trowe were maad in paradys, 3202
RomB 3217 And while I stod thus derk and pale, 3212
RomB 3244 And eke I counseile thee, iwys, 3240
RomB 3248 I can [nat] sen how thou maist goo 3244
RomB 3285 For I see there many in travaille, 3280
RomB 3287 I was nothyng thi counseler, 3282
RomB 3295 " I rede thee Love awey to dryve, 3290
RomB 3305 Whanne I hir herd thus me chastise, 3300
RomB 3306 I answerd in ful angry wise. 3302
RomB 3307 I prayed hir ceessen of hir speche, 3302
RomB 3321 I pray yow, late me be all stille. 3316
RomB 3329 I wole me gete prys or blame, 3324
RomB 3331 Who that me chastisith, I hym hate. " 3326
RomB 3335 Thanne dismaied, I lefte all sool, 3330
RomB 3337 For I ne knew no chevisaunce. 3332
RomB 3340 A felowe to whom I myghte seye 3336
RomB 3343 With that bithought I me that I 3338
RomB 3343 With that bithought I me that I 3338
RomB 3348 In haste to hym I wente anoon, 3344
RomB 3349 And to hym all my woo I tolde; 3344
RomB 3350 Fro hym right nought I wold witholde. 3346
RomB 3351 I tolde hym all, withoute wer, 3346
RomB 3360 And I, bilefte aloone in woo, 3356
RomB 3361 I durst no lenger with hym speke, 3356
RomB 3363 Whanne that he saw how I wente 3358
RomB 3365 If I were hardy to come neer 3360
RomB 3371 Mysilf I knowe full well Daunger, 3366
RomB 3374 Ful ofte I have ben in his caas. 3370
RomB 3377 Of longe passed I knew hym well; 3372
RomB 3381 I shal thee telle what thou shalt doo. 3376
RomB 3382 Mekely I rede thou go hym to, 3378
RomB 3392 For thurgh hym had I hardement 3388
RomB 3394 To preve if I myght meke hym soo. 3390
RomB 3395 To Daunger came I all ashamed, 3390
RomB 3398 But over hegge durst I not goo, 3394
RomB 3400 I fond hym cruel in his rage, 3396
RomB 3402 To hym I knelide lowe adoun, 3398
RomB 3404 And seide, " Sir, I am comen heere 3400
RomB 3407 That evere my lyf I wratthed you; 3402
RomB 3408 But for to amenden I am come now, 3404
RomB 3412 That I have trespassed hidirto, 3408
RomB 3413 Fro whom I ne may withdrawe myn hert. 3408
RomB 3417 Lever I have endure disese, 3412
RomB 3419 " I you require and pray that ye 3414
RomB 3422 That I wol swere for ever mo 3418
RomB 3424 If I trespasse in ony thyng. 3420
RomB 3425 Save that I pray thee graunte me 3420
RomB 3427 That I may love, all oonly; 3422
RomB 3428 Noon other thyng of you aske I. 3424
RomB 3429 I shall doon elles well, iwys, 3424
RomB 3433 And I shall loven, sithen that I will, 3428
RomB 3433 And I shall loven, sithen that I will, 3428
RomB 3435 And yit ne wold I, for all Fraunce, 3430
RomB 3440 He hath relesed, I preyde so faste. 3436
RomB 3443 Ne I wole not werne it thee, 3438
RomB 3452 Thanne wente I forth, withouten were, 3448
RomB 3461 Suffre, I rede, and no boost make, 3456
RomB 3466 In bookis sothly as I rede. " 3462
RomB 3469 Which wolde me good as mych as I. 3464
RomB 3471 I tok my leve, and streight I went 3466
RomB 3471 I tok my leve, and streight I went 3466
RomB 3473 I hadde to sen the fresh botoun 3468
RomB 3475 And Daunger tok kep if that I 3470
RomB 3477 So sore I dradde his manasyng, 3472
RomB 3478 I durst not breke his biddyng; 3474
RomB 3479 For, lest that I were of hym shent, 3474
RomB 3480 I brak not his comaundement, 3476
RomB 3484 I wepte for I ne myght it fynde. 3480
RomB 3484 I wepte for I ne myght it fynde. 3480
RomB 3485 I compleyned and sighed sore, 3480
RomB 3487 For I durst not over goo 3482
RomB 3488 Unto the Rose I loved soo. 3484
RomB 3498 Though I wepe alwey, and me compleyne. 3494
RomB 3499 And while I was in this torment, 3494
RomB 3513 I can not see why, ne how, 3508
RomB 3549 Wherfore I pray you, sir Daunger, 3544
RomB 3571 Voideth from hym youre ire, I rede; 3566
RomB 3575 For Fraunchise wole, and I, Pite, 3570
RomB 3577 And sith that she and I accorde, 3572
RomB 3579 For I you pray and eke moneste 3574
RomB 3585 " I wole in no wise, " seith Daunger, 3580
RomB 3588 I wole he have the companye 3584
RomB 3590 I wole hym lette in no wise. " 3586
RomB 3605 " I shal do right as ye wyl, " 3600
RomB 3620 Now have I leave overal to go; 3616
RomB 3621 Now am I raysed, at my devys, 3616
RomB 3627 I saw the Rose, whan I was nygh, 3622
RomB 3627 I saw the Rose, whan I was nygh, 3622
RomB 3631 And whan I hadde it longe sen, 3626
RomB 3632 I saw that through the leves gren 3628
RomB 3644 For such another, as I gesse, 3640
RomB 3646 I was abawed for marveyle, 3642
RomB 3648 The more I am bounden in Loves laas. 3644
RomB 3649 Longe I abod there, soth to saye, 3644
RomB 3650 Tyl Bialacoil I gan to praye, 3646
RomB 3651 Whan that I saw him in no wyse 3646
RomB 3662 I wolde gladly, as I have sought, 3658
RomB 3662 I wolde gladly, as I have sought, 3658
RomB 3665 I wol non have but by your leve, 3660
RomB 3668 Of Chastite I have such drede; 3664
RomB 3670 But I dar nat for Chastyte. 3666
RomB 3671 Agayn her dar I nat mysdo, 3666
RomB 3681 Of his answere I sighed sore; 3676
RomB 3682 I durst assaye him tho no more, 3678
RomB 3683 I hadde such drede to greve him ay. 3678
RomB 3691 Be sore empressid, I you ensure, 3686
RomB 3693 But I, forpeyned wonder stronge, 3688
RomB 3694 Thought that I abood right longe 3690
RomB 3696 Sith I to kis desired soo; 3692
RomB 3716 Nor I nell make mencioun 3712
RomB 3720 For that I nyll not longe abide. 3716
RomB 3741 That I nolde holde hir ungoodly 3736
RomB 3758 Thanne of my peyne I gan to lysse, 3754
RomB 3759 And to the Rose anoon wente I, 3754
RomB 3761 Thar no man aske if I was blithe, 3756
RomB 3765 So was I full of joye and blisse. 3760
RomB 3768 I myght not be so angwisshous 3764
RomB 3769 That I [ne] mote glad and joly be, 3764
RomB 3770 Whanne that I remembre me. 3766
RomB 3772 I suffre noy and moche peyne. 3768
RomB 3789 Thurgh whom fele angres I have had, 3784
RomB 3793 All this in romance will I sette, 3788
RomB 3794 And for nothyng ne will I lette, 3790
RomB 3798 That I for hir love shal endite. 3794
RomB 3830 To kepen, whanne I was absent, 3826
RomB 3835 I have right gret, for it is nede; 3830
RomB 3837 Gret faute in thee now have I founde. 3832
RomB 3857 And whanne I saugh he hadde soo, 3852
RomB 3859 I was astoned, and knew no red, 3854
RomB 3881 " Yit nevertheles I see among, 3876
RomB 3887 But in sothnesse I trowe nought 3882
RomB 3900 I have be negligent, in good fey, 3896
RomB 3901 To chastise hym; therfore now I 3896
RomB 3903 That I have been so recheles 3898
RomB 3905 Of my foly I me repente. 3900
RomB 3906 Now wole I hool sette myn entente 3902
RomB 3910 " To be bytrasshed gret drede have I. 3906
RomB 3913 No wonder is, if that drede have I. 3908
RomB 3918 Therfore I wole with siker wall 3914
RomB 3920 I have to longe in this maner 3916
RomB 3922 Wherfore I am right inwardly 3918
RomB 3925 Unclosid; and yit I drede sore, 3920
RomB 3926 I shall repente ferthermore, 3922
RomB 3928 Counsell I must newe, ywys. 3924
RomB 3929 I have to longe tristed thee, 3924
RomB 3933 I see wel that I am nygh shent, 3928
RomB 3933 I see wel that I am nygh shent, 3928
RomB 3934 But if I sette my full entent 3930
RomB 3936 Therfore close I shall the weye 3932
RomB 3940 I wole not lette for no slouthe 3936
RomB 3944 In myddis shall I make a tour 3940
RomB 3946 For evere I drede me of tresoun. 3942
RomB 3947 I trowe I shal hym kepe soo 3942
RomB 3947 I trowe I shal hym kepe soo 3942
RomB 3956 But may I lyve a litel while, 3952
RomB 4024 Do no favour, I thee praye. 4020
RomB 4031 This have I herd ofte in seiyng, 4026
RomB 4043 And seide, " Daunger, I drede me 4038
RomB 4057 Thyn herte, I trowe, be failed all; 4052
RomB 4066 He seide, " Out of my wit I goo! 4062
RomB 4067 To be discomfyt I have gret wrong. 4062
RomB 4068 Certis, I have now lyved to long, 4064
RomB 4069 Sith I may not this closer kepe. 4064
RomB 4070 All quyk I wolde be dolven deepe, 4066
RomB 4074 That I let ony entre heere. 4070
RomB 4075 I have do folie, now I see, 4070
RomB 4075 I have do folie, now I see, 4070
RomB 4081 Lever I hadde with swerdis tweyne 4076
RomB 4086 I shall defende it, if I may, 4082
RomB 4086 I shall defende it, if I may, 4082
RomB 4089 And if I it eny man graunt, 4084
RomB 4104 For hym full ofte I synge " Allas! " 4100
RomB 4105 For I ne may nought, thurgh his ire, 4100
RomB 4106 Recovere that I moost desire. 4102
RomB 4108 For Bialacoil I wratthed soo. 4104
RomB 4110 I quake, whanne I me remembre 4106
RomB 4110 I quake, whanne I me remembre 4106
RomB 4111 Of the botoun, which I wolde 4106
RomB 4113 And whanne I thenke upon the kiss, 4108
RomB 4115 I hadde thurgh the savour swete, 4110
RomB 4116 For want of it I grone and grete. 4112
RomB 4117 Me thenkith I fele yit in my nose 4112
RomB 4119 And now I woot that I mot goo 4114
RomB 4119 And now I woot that I mot goo 4114
RomB 4124 I touched nose, mouth, and face; 4120
RomB 4125 But now the deth I must abide. 4120
RomB 4127 That onys I touche may and kisse, 4122
RomB 4128 I trowe my peyne shall never lisse; 4124
RomB 4135 That half my peyne I can not telle. 4130
RomB 4136 For I am fallen into helle 4132
RomB 4140 That I toforn have felt swetnesse. 4136
RomB 4145 Now it is tyme, shortly, that I 4140
RomB 4219 Toward the north, I undirstond, 4214
RomB 4230 I rede hir nought the yate unclose. 4226
RomB 4271 I have pite to sen the sorwe 4266
RomB 4274 I pray God yeve him evel chaunce, 4270
RomB 4315 But I -- allas! -- now morne shall; 4310
RomB 4316 Bicause I was withoute the wall, 4312
RomB 4317 Full moche dool and moone I made. 4312
RomB 4318 Who hadde wist what woo I hadde, 4314
RomB 4319 I trowe he wolde have had pite. 4314
RomB 4321 The good that of his love hadde I. 4316
RomB 4322 I wende a bought it all queyntly; 4318
RomB 4324 I see he wolde it selle ageyn, 4320
RomB 4327 For the solas that I have lorn, 4322
RomB 4328 Thanne I hadde it never aforn. 4324
RomB 4329 Certayn, I am ful lik in deed 4324
RomB 4341 I drede, certeyn, that so fare I; 4336
RomB 4341 I drede, certeyn, that so fare I; 4336
RomB 4346 Whanne I bigan my pryvite 4342
RomB 4348 Whom I ne fond froward ne fel, 4344
RomB 4352 Whanne I wende best aboven to have be. 4348
RomB 4365 For it is I that am come down 4360
RomB 4369 His absence at myn herte I fele; 4364
RomB 4373 Opene that I may hym see, 4368
RomB 4374 Love nyl not that I cured be 4370
RomB 4375 Of the peynes that I endure, 4370
RomB 4397 But yit I am in gret affray 4392
RomB 4398 Lest thou do not as I say. 4394
RomB 4399 I drede thou canst me gret maugre, 4394
RomB 4406 For I endure more hard penaunce, 4402
RomB 4408 That for the sorwe almost I synke. 4404
RomB 4409 Whanne I remembre me of my woo, 4404
RomB 4410 Full nygh out of my witt I goo. 4406
RomB 4411 Inward myn herte I feele blede, 4406
RomB 4412 For comfortles the deth I drede. 4408
RomB 4413 Owe I not wel to have distresse, 4408
RomB 4417 A, Bialacoil, full wel I see 4412
RomB 4422 I drede they have thee brought thertill. 4418
RomB 4425 For if youre goode wille I leese, 4420
RomB 4426 I mot be deed, I may not chese. 4422
RomB 4426 I mot be deed, I may not chese. 4422
RomB 4430 If I be putt out of youre gras -- 4426
RomB 4431 As it shal never been, I hope -- 4426
RomB 4432 Thanne shulde I falle in wanhope. 4428
RomB 4434 For I wole never dispeired be. 4430
RomB 4435 If hope me faile, thanne am I 4430
RomB 4437 In hope I wole comforted be, 4432
RomB 4439 Seide that Hope, whereso I goo, 4434
RomB 4457 A full good silogisme, I dreede 4452
RomB 4461 For many tymes I have it seen, 4456
RomB 4470 Whanne I hir blamed, I dide foly. 4466
RomB 4470 Whanne I hir blamed, I dide foly. 4466
RomB 4479 Thus am I possed up and doun 4474
RomB 4490 Whom I love so entierly 4486
RomB 4492 But I the sonner may hym see. 4488
RomB 4502 Whiche I have lorn now in this place, 4498
RomB 4515 Allas, I trowe it wole not ben! 4510
RomB 4516 For how shuld I evermore hym sen? 4512
RomB 4522 God woot, I have no wit therto! 4518
RomB 4523 But, wel I woot, I was in rage, 4518
RomB 4523 But, wel I woot, I was in rage, 4518
RomB 4524 Whonne I to Love dide homage. 4520
RomB 4535 I was a fool, and she me leeved, 4530
RomB 4536 Thurgh whom I am right nought releeved. 4532
RomB 4540 A fool mysilf I may well calle, 4536
RomB 4541 That love asyde I had [nat] leyd, 4536
RomB 4546 But certeyn, now I wole repent. 4542
RomB 4547 And shulde I repente? Nay, parde! 4542
RomB 4548 A fals traitour thanne shulde I be. 4544
RomB 4550 If I my lord wolde forsake, 4546
RomB 4552 Shulde I at myscheef hate hym? Nay, 4548
RomB 4559 Shulde I therfore cunne hym mawgre? 4554
RomB 4565 For certis, it were wrong that I 4560
RomB 4568 And waken whanne I shulde wynke; 4564
RomB 4571 Expectant ay till I may mete 4566
RomB 4573 Whilom I thenke how Love to me 4568
RomB 4577 He seide, " In thank I shal it take, 4572
RomB 4580 But sone, I trowe, that shall not be. " 4576
RomB 4584 If that I thenke his thank to fel. 4580
RomB 4590 And how it cometh, I can not see. 4586
RomB 4594 I am so sore bounde hym till, 4590
RomB 4595 From his servise I may not fleen; 4590
RomB 4597 Is in his hand -- I may not chese -- 4592
RomB 4602 I yeve no force what felle on me. 4598
RomB 4603 For though I dye, as I mot nede, 4598
RomB 4603 For though I dye, as I mot nede, 4598
RomB 4604 I praye Love, of his goodlyhede, 4600
RomB 4606 For whom I lyve in such distresse 4602
RomB 4607 That I mot deyen for penaunce. 4602
RomB 4609 I wole me confesse in good entent, 4604
RomB 4612 To Bialacoil leve I myn hert 4608
RomB 4615 Thus, as I made my passage 4610
RomB 4617 And I not where to fynde a leche 4612
RomB 4620 Out of hir tour I saugh Resoun, 4616
RomB 4626 That I nyst where I myght abide, 4622
RomB 4626 That I nyst where I myght abide, 4622
RomB 4660 Raisoun " Nay, nay. " L'amaunt " Yis, I. " Raisoun " Wherof? Late se. " 4656
RomB 191-ap 4661 L'amaunt " Of that he seide I shulde be 4656
RomB 4664 Raisoun " Knowist hym no more? " L'amaunt " Nay, certis, I, 4660
RomB 4666 And wente his wey, I nyste where, 4662
RomB 4667 And I abood, bounde in balaunce. " 4662
RomB 4669 But I wille that thou knowe hym now, 4664
RomB 4681 And I his man, maad with myn hond, 4676
RomB 4682 I wolde right fayn undirstond 4678
RomB 4685 Raisoun " I wolde, " seide Resoun, " thee ler, 4680
RomB 4770 Noon such I love, ne have no cure 4766
RomB 4773 For I ne preise that lovyng 4768
RomB 4785 L'amant Whanne I hadde herde all Resoun seyn, 4780
RomB 4787 " Dame, " seide I, " I dar wel sey, 4782
RomB 4787 " Dame, " seide I, " I dar wel sey, 4782
RomB 4788 Of this avaunt me wel I may 4784
RomB 4790 I am, that never the more avaunt 4786
RomB 4791 Right nought am I thurgh youre doctrine. 4786
RomB 4792 I dulle under youre discipline. 4788
RomB 4793 I wot no more than [I] wist er, 4788
RomB 4796 And yit I can it all par cuer. 4792
RomB 4800 That all by herte I can it rendre, 4796
RomB 4802 But to mysilf lewedist am I. 4798
RomB 4806 That I may thenke on it the better; 4802
RomB 4807 For I herde never diffyne it er, 4802
RomB 4808 And wilfully I wolde it ler. " 4804
RomB 4830 Sich love I preise not at a lek. 4826
RomB 4841 That lasse harm is, so mote I the, 4836
RomB 4845 For I wot wel, in sothfastnesse, 4840
RomB 4850 He doth trespas, I you ensure. 4846
RomB 4872 For noon goth right, I thee ensure, 4866
RomB 4961 She is hated, this wot I wel. 4956
RomB 4989 " Where Elde abit I wol thee telle 4984
RomB 5034 And yit full many on I se 5028
RomB 5049 Such love I preise in no wise, 5044
RomB 5051 I preise no womman, though she be wood, 5046
RomB 5058 He is a wrecche, I undirtake, 5052
RomB 5067 Yit nevertheles, I wol not sey 5062
RomB 5077 Trowe not that I wolde hem twynne, 5072
RomB 5079 I wol that they togedre go, 5074
RomB 5097 Withoute more (what shulde I glose?) 5092
RomB 5109 Wherfore I rede, thou shette hym oute, 5104
RomB 5128 Certeyn I holde it but a gras. 5122
RomB 5138 That hir doctrine I sette at nought. 5132
RomB 5140 That I ne undirstod it wel, 5134
RomB 5142 But unto Love I was so thrall, 5136
RomB 5148 Ne hadde I in the sermoun 5142
RomB 5155 Than unto hir for ire I seide, 5150
RomB 5156 For anger, as I dide abraide: 5150
RomB 5158 That I not love, but that I hate 5152
RomB 5158 That I not love, but that I hate 5152
RomB 5160 For if I do aftir youre speche, 5154
RomB 5162 Thanne must I nedis ay with mood, 5156
RomB 5163 If I it leve, in hatrede ay 5158
RomB 5167 I may not go noon other gate, 5162
RomB 5168 For other must I love or hate. 5162
RomB 5169 And if I hate men of-newe 5164
RomB 5174 That prechith me alday that I 5168
RomB 5179 Which I have herd you not repreve, 5174
RomB 5182 I wolde gladly here, to se, 5176
RomB 5183 At the leest, if I may lere 5178
RomB 5187 That I for thi profit say. 5182
RomB 5188 Yit wole I sey thee more in fay, 5182
RomB 5189 For I am redy, at the leste, 5184
RomB 5191 But I not where it wole avayle; 5186
RomB 5192 In veyn, perauntre, I shal travayle. 5186
RomB 5194 As I shal thee heere devise. 5188
RomB 5196 I mene not that which makith thee wood, 5190
RomB 5256 Of sich on as I tolde thee? 5250
RomB 5305 This love that I have told to thee 5300
RomB 5307 This wole I that thou folowe wel, 5302
RomB 5361 Of this love -- here what I sey! -- 5356
RomB 5399 That he trespasseth, wel I wat, 5394
RomB 5406 Thou herdist never sich oon, I trow. 5400
RomB 5407 I not where thou me leven shall, 5402
RomB 5463 For this Fortune that I of telle, 5458
RomB 5495 I mene tho freendis that wole fle 5490
RomB 5511 All suche freendis I beshrewe, 5506
RomB 5523 But, in cas that I shall sey, 5518
RomB 5735 And yit two thousand, as I gesse, 5730
RomB 5802 We shulde fynde, I trowe, not oon. 5796
RomC 5884 But now I thenke hir not to greve. 5878
RomC 5886 I bothe worshipe hir and eke drede; 5880
RomC 5892 I trowe that nothyng myght hir holde. 5886
RomC 5896 There I nas not present, ywis. 5890
RomC 5898 But I com never in that stede, 5892
RomC 5899 Ne me ne likith, so mote I the, 5894
RomC 5907 I wole not sellyng clepe yevyng, 5902
RomC 5943 But natheles, this dar I saye, 5938
RomC 5957 Yit wole I more unto you swer, 5952
RomC 5960 That I owe to all my britheren fre, 5954
RomC 5965 Yit wolde I swere, for sikirnesse, 5960
RomC 5967 Now drynke I not this yeer clarre, 5962
RomC 5968 If that I lye or forsworn be! 5962
RomC 5972 Now have I sworn ynough, pardee, 5966
RomC 5973 If I forswere me, thanne am I lorn, 5968
RomC 5973 If I forswere me, thanne am I lorn, 5968
RomC 5974 But I wole never be forsworn. 5968
RomC 5983 If I may grype a riche man, 5978
RomC 5984 I shal so pulle hym, if I can, 5978
RomC 5984 I shal so pulle hym, if I can, 5978
RomC 5987 I shal hym make his pens outslynge, 5982
RomC 5996 I wol not have hem in despit. 5990
RomC 5997 No good man hateth hem, as I gesse, 5992
RomC 6008 And therfore I forgete hem nought. 6002
RomC 6009 I wol hem bringe in gret noblesse, 6004
RomC 6010 If that I were god of richesse, 6004
RomC 6011 As I am god of love sothly, 6006
RomC 6012 Sich routhe upon her pleynt have I. 6006
RomC 6013 Therfore I must his socour be, 6008
RomC 6058 " Parfay, " seide Love, " I graunte it yow. 6052
RomC 6059 I wole wel holde hym for my man; 6054
RomC 6062 I take thee heere to my servise, 6056
RomC 6067 Thyn be this myght, I graunte it thee, 6062
RomC 6075 I bidde thee teche hem, wostow how, 6070
RomC 6082 " Sir, I have fele dyvers wonyng, 6076
RomC 6083 That I kepe not rehersed be, 6078
RomC 6085 For if that I telle you the sothe, 6080
RomC 6086 I may have harm and shame bothe. 6080
RomC 6090 If ever I knewe her cruelte. 6084
RomC 6094 I myght eftsoone bye it full deere, 6088
RomC 6095 If I seide of hem ony thing 6090
RomC 6102 And this thyng wot I well, certeyn, 6096
RomC 6103 If I speke ought to peire her loos, 6098
RomC 6106 Of good men am I nought agast, 6100
RomC 6118 Quod Love, " I wole and charge thee 6112
RomC 6132 Though that I shulde be slayn right now, 6126
RomC 6133 I shal don youre comaundement, 6128
RomC 6134 For therto have I gret talent. " 6128
RomC 6143 I wone nowhere but in hem tweye, 6138
RomC 6145 Shortly, I wole herberwe me 6140
RomC 6146 There I hope best to hulstred be, 6140
RomC 6151 But natheles, I wole not blame 6146
RomC 6155 Wole I not blame ne dispise; 6150
RomC 6156 But I nyl love it, in no wise. 6150
RomC 6157 I mene of fals religious, 6152
RomC 6165 With swich folk wole I never be, 6160
RomC 6166 And if I dwelle, I feyne me. 6160
RomC 6166 And if I dwelle, I feyne me. 6160
RomC 6167 I may wel in her abit go; 6162
RomC 6169 Than lete a purpos that I take, 6164
RomC 6170 What covenaunt that ever I make. 6164
RomC 6171 I dwelle with hem that proude be, 6166
RomC 6189 Thanne am I all religious.' 6184
RomC 6201 " But what herberwe that ever I take, 6196
RomC 6202 Or what semblant that evere I make, 6196
RomC 6203 I mene but gile, and folowe that; 6198
RomC 6206 Ne entende I but to bigilyng. 6200
RomC 6211 Bihold the dedis that I do; 6204
RomC 6223 And seide, " What, devel, is that I here? 6216
RomC 6239 I cowde reken you many a ten; 6232
RomC 6295 " But now pees! Heere I turne ageyn. 6288
RomC 6296 I wole nomore of this thing seyn, 6290
RomC 6297 If I may passen me herby; 6290
RomC 6298 I myghte maken you wery. 6292
RomC 6299 But I wole heten you alway 6292
RomC 6300 To helpe youre freendis what I may, 6294
RomC 6303 But if so falle that I be 6296
RomC 6307 Forsothe, I am a fals traitour; 6300
RomC 6309 Forsworn I am, but wel nygh non 6302
RomC 6322 As I; for I com never in toun 6314
RomC 6322 As I; for I com never in toun 6314
RomC 6323 There as I myghte knowen be, 6316
RomC 6325 Full wel I can my clothis chaunge, 6318
RomC 6327 Now am I knyght, now chasteleyn, 6320
RomC 6330 Now am I maister, now scoler, 6322
RomC 6332 Whatever myster man am I. 6324
RomC 6333 Now am I prince, now am I page, 6326
RomC 6333 Now am I prince, now am I page, 6326
RomC 6335 Som tyme am I hor and old; 6328
RomC 6336 Now am I yong, stout, and bold; 6328
RomC 6337 Now am I Robert, now Robyn, 6330
RomC 6344 I fulfille al hir desiryng. 6336
RomC 6345 Somtyme a wommans cloth take I; 6338
RomC 6346 Now am I a mayde, now lady. 6338
RomC 6347 Somtyme I am religious; 6340
RomC 6349 Somtyme am I prioresse, 6342
RomC 6353 But to what ordre that I am sworn, 6346
RomC 6354 I take the strawe, and lete the corn. 6346
RomC 6355 To gyle folk I enhabit; 6348
RomC 6356 I axe nomore but her abit. 6348
RomC 6358 Right as me lyst, I me disgise. 6350
RomC 6359 Wel can I wre me undir wede; 6352
RomC 6364 I may assoile and I may shryve, 6356
RomC 6364 I may assoile and I may shryve, 6356
RomC 6367 I not no prelat may don so, 6360
RomC 6373 As I was wont, and wostow why? 6364
RomC 6374 For I dide hem a tregetry. 6366
RomC 6375 But therof yeve I lytel tale; 6366
RomC 6376 I have the silver and the male. 6368
RomC 6377 So have I prechid, and eke shriven, 6368
RomC 6378 So have I take, so have me yiven, 6370
RomC 6380 That I lede right a joly lyf, 6372
RomC 6387 Thanne have I pryvylegis large, 6378
RomC 6390 `Sir preest, in shrift I telle it thee, 6382
RomC 6391 That he to whom that I am shryven 6382
RomC 6394 Which that I fond me gilty ynne; 6386
RomC 6395 Ne I ne have nevere entencioun 6386
RomC 6402 I wot no prest ne prelat born, 6394
RomC 6404 And if they don, I wole me pleyne, 6396
RomC 6405 For I wot where to pleyne wel. 6396
RomC 6409 Ne I have non affeccioun 6400
RomC 6412 This latter assoilyng quyte I thee. 6404
RomC 6413 I am unbounde -- what maist thou fynde 6404
RomC 6421 Don jugement on me; for I 6412
RomC 6426 For I trowe he can hampre thee. 6418
RomC 6437 I wole forth, and to hym gon, 6428
RomC 6439 For I am out of thi grucching; 6430
RomC 6440 I kepe not dele with thee nothing.' 6432
RomC 6444 I am full redy hym to accuse, 6436
RomC 6457 Hem wolde I lete to her prelates, 6448
RomC 6461 They ben so bare, I take no kep, 6452
RomC 6462 But I wole have the fatte sheep; 6454
RomC 6464 I yeve not of her harm a bene! 6456
RomC 6468 I shal yeve hem a strok or two, 6460
RomC 6471 Thus jape I hem, and have do longe, 6462
RomC 6482 " Soth is, but I am an ypocrite. " 6474
RomC 6486 " Sir, I wole fillen, so mote I go, 6478
RomC 6486 " Sir, I wole fillen, so mote I go, 6478
RomC 6489 For how that I me pover feyne, 6480
RomC 6490 Yit alle pore folk I disdeyne. 6482
RomC 6491 " I love bettir th' acqueyntaunce, 6482
RomC 6495 For whanne I see beggers quakyng, 6486
RomC 6498 I entremete not of her fare. 6490
RomC 6508 Wolde I visite and drawe ner; 6500
RomC 6509 Hym wole I comforte and rehete, 6500
RomC 6510 For I hope of his gold to gete. 6502
RomC 6512 I wole go with hym to his grave. 6504
RomC 6514 Why that I lete the pore be, 6506
RomC 6515 Wostow how I mot ascape? 6506
RomC 6516 I sey, and swere hym ful rape, 6508
RomC 6520 And therfore I wole drawe hem ner. 6512
RomC 6529 For Salamon, full wel I wot, 6520
RomC 6540 How shulde I bi his word hym leve? 6532
RomC 6546 (Whoso seith `ye,' I dar sey `nay') 6538
RomC 6581 That I can reherce, if myster be, 6572
RomC 6582 Right wel, whanne the tyme I se. 6574
RomC 6591 That he ne shal, so mote I go, 6582
RomC 6614 In thilke book that I recorde. 6606
RomC 6623 They don not wel, so mote I go, 6614
RomC 6627 But how that is, can I not see, 6618
RomC 6629 Ne I ne wene not, sikerly, 6620
RomC 6631 But I wole not determine 6622
RomC 6635 I wole not entremete a del; 6626
RomC 6636 But I trowe that the book seith wel, 6628
RomC 6690 " Sir, I wole gladly telle yow: 6680
RomC 6696 I wole no mo ensamplis make -- 6686
RomC 6708 I wole shortly, in youre presence, 6698
RomC 6713 And yit, percas, I may abeye 6704
RomC 6714 That I to yow sothly thus seye. 6704
RomC 6761 He may begge, as I telle you heere, 6752
RomC 6774 For I wole speke, and telle it thee, 6764
RomC 6775 Al shulde I dye, and be putt doun, 6766
RomC 6789 If I ne had rent ne other good. 6778
RomC 6790 What? Wened he that I were wood? 6780
RomC 6792 I have more wille to ben at ese, 6782
RomC 6797 Quod Love, " What devel is this that I heere? 6786
RomC 6822 But I, that were my symple cloth, 6812
RomC 6825 By my treget I gadre and threste 6814
RomC 6828 Myn highe paleys do I founde, 6818
RomC 6829 And my delites I fulfille 6818
RomC 6832 I wole no lyf but ese and pees, 6822
RomC 6836 Make I not wel tumble myn apes? 6826
RomC 6839 For though I shulde beten be, 6828
RomC 6840 Overal I entremete me. 6830
RomC 6842 I walke soules for to cure. 6832
RomC 6843 Of al the world cure have I; 6832
RomC 6845 I wole bothe preche and eke counceilen. 6834
RomC 6846 With hondis wille I not traveilen, 6836
RomC 6847 For of the Pope I have the bulle -- 6836
RomC 6848 I ne holde not my wittes dulle. 6838
RomC 6849 I wole not stynten, in my lyve, 6838
RomC 6852 But pore folk al quyte I lete. 6842
RomC 6853 I love no such shryvyng, parde, 6842
RomC 6855 I rekke not of pore men -- 6844
RomC 6871 I axe, whanne thei hem to me shryve, 6860
RomC 6876 That shrewis ben as gret as I; 6866
RomC 6877 Fro whiche I wole not hide in hold 6866
RomC 6879 That I by word or signe, ywis, 6868
RomC 6885 I wole you seyn, withouten drede, 6874
RomC 6888 That seith, as I shal you sey heere: 6878
RomC 6896 `Doth that they preche, I rede you alle, 6886
RomC 6921 The gospel is ther-ageyns, I gesse, 6910
RomC 6967 I dele with no wight, but he 6956
RomC 6969 Her acqueyntaunce wel love I; 6958
RomC 6971 I entremete me of brokages, 6960
RomC 6972 I make pees and mariages, 6962
RomC 6973 I am gladly executour, 6962
RomC 6975 I am somtyme messager, 6964
RomC 6977 And many tymes I make enquestes -- 6966
RomC 6982 In place that I repeire to, 6972
RomC 6983 I shal it speden, thurgh my witt, 6972
RomC 6989 For I love no man, in no gise, 6978
RomC 6991 But I wolde al folk undirtake, 6980
RomC 6993 For I, that other folk chastie, 6982
RomC 6995 " I love noon hermitage more. 6984
RomC 6998 I lete hem to the Baptist John. 6988
RomC 6999 I queth hym quyt and hym relesse 6988
RomC 7003 My paleis and myn hous make I 6992
RomC 7005 And sey that I the world forsake, 6994
RomC 7006 But al amydde I bilde and make 6996
RomC 7009 " Of Antecristes men am I, 6998
RomC 7061 Nought rought I whethir of ston, or tree, 7050
RomC 7071 Such sleghtes [as] I shal yow nevene, 7060
RomC 7106 This book, of which I telle heere. 7094
RomC 7118 (I scorne not that I yow telle), 7106
RomC 7118 (I scorne not that I yow telle), 7106
RomC 7124 Of which I make no mencioun, 7112
RomC 7149 Now wot I not, ne I can not see 7136
RomC 7149 Now wot I not, ne I can not see 7136
RomC 7154 This, trowe I best, wol be her ende. 7142
RomC 7168 Now have I you declared right 7156
RomC 7171 But now at erst I wole bigynne 7158
RomC 7207 But I wole stynt of this matere, 7194
RomC 7210 Of better estat I were ensured, 7198
RomC 7211 And freendis have I yit, pardee, 7198
RomC 7253 I can not love hem on no side. 7240
RomC 7261 To such folk as I you dyvyse 7248
RomC 7269 There wolde I dwelle, to disceyve 7256
RomC 7271 But I ne speke in no such wise, 7258
RomC 7287 " But unto you dar I not lye. 7274
RomC 7288 But myght I felen or aspie 7276
RomC 7292 I nolde it lette for no synne. " 7280
RomC 7298 Sith I thus have avaunced thee, 7286
RomC 7311 I take youresilf to recorde heere, 7298
RomC 7316 What! Wene ye that I nil bigile 7304
RomC 7317 For I am clothed mekely? 7304
RomC 7320 For noon abit in which I go. 7308
RomC 7321 Though I have chere of symplenesse, 7308
RomC 7322 I am not wery of shrewidnesse. 7310
RomC 7328 And Love answerde, " I truste thee 7316
RomC 7329 Withoute borowe, for I wole noon. " 7316
RomC 7353 Now wole I seyn the countynaunce 7340
RomC 7374 For they were geven her, I wot wel, 7362
RomC 7387 Of fayre shap I devyse her the, 7374
RomC 7463 Ful hooly men, as I hem deme; 7450
RomC 7501 Say what you lyst, and I wol here. " 7488
RomC 7524 But, sir, ye lye, I tel you plat. 7512
RomC 7526 I trowe ye shal him never se. 7514
RomC 7543 " For I dar sayn that Reson demeth 7530
RomC 7580 Have I therfore herbered yow, 7568
RomC 7583 Am I to day youre herberger! 7570
RomC 7590 To all the develles I me take, 7578
RomC 7595 And as they seide, right so tolde I, 7582
RomC 7597 Thus seide I now, and have seid yore; 7584
RomC 7598 I not wher he dide ony more. 7586
RomC 7601 Ryght so seide I, and wol seye yit; 7588
RomC 7602 I trowe, I lied not of it. 7590
RomC 7602 I trowe, I lied not of it. 7590
RomC 7603 And with my bemes I wole blowe 7590
RomC 7610 I swere yow, sir, it is gabbyng! 7598
RomC 7611 I trowe ye wote wel, certeynly, 7598
RomC 7616 (This knowe ye, sir, as wel as I), 7604
RomC 7636 But trusteth wel, I swere it yow, 7624
RomC 7672 Of o talent you bothe I deme. 7660
RomC 7677 For I am prest and have pouste 7664
RomC 7680 Of all this world I have the cure, 7668
RomC 7683 And, God wot, I have of thee 7670
RomC 7687 I have avauntage, in o wise, 7674
RomC 7689 Ne half so lettred as am I. 7676
RomC 7690 I am licenced boldely 7678