The Concordance
 
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Mars 57 Then seyde he thus, " Myn hertes lady swete, 56
Mars 63 For al your lust is ese to myn herte. " 62
Mars 90 Enbraceth Mars and seyde, " Alas, I dye! 90
Mars 91 The torche is come that al this world wol wrie. " 90
Mars 136 He seyde, " O lady bryght, Venus, alas, 136
Mars 140 Throgh jelous Phebus this mysaventure. " 140
 
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Mars 12 The glade nyght ys worth an hevy morowe -- 12
Mars 15 Yet sang this foul -- I rede yow al awake, 14
Mars 65 That dwelleth in solitude til she come -- 64
Mars 67 Counseyled hym ther, ne seyde to hym welcome -- 66
Mars 106 O woful Mars -- alas -- what maist thou seyn, 106
Mars 106 O woful Mars -- alas -- what maist thou seyn, 106
Mars 114 With voide cours for fere of Phebus lyght -- 114
Mars 115 Alas -- and ther ne hath she no socour, 114
Mars 168 For evermore -- how dere I have hit boght -- 168
Mars 168 For evermore -- how dere I have hit boght -- 168
Mars 176 Of riche aray -- how dere men hit selle! -- 176
Mars 176 Of riche aray -- how dere men hit selle! -- 176
Mars 270 Myn oune deth -- him wite I that I dye, 270
 
 A..............26
Mars 8 Wyth teres blewe and with a wounded herte 8
Mars 13 Seynt Valentyne, a foul thus herde I synge 12
Mars 26 Fro fresshe Venus in a morwenynge, 26
Mars 33 And as a maistresse taught him his lessoun, 32
Mars 51 Be lokyng moost; til hyt fil on a tyde 50
Mars 52 That by her bothe assent was set a stevene 52
Mars 80 A certeyn tyme, til him fel a drede 80
Mars 80 A certeyn tyme, til him fel a drede 80
Mars 119 Within the gate she fledde into a cave. 118
Mars 122 A naturel day in derk I lete her duelle. 122
Mars 126 He ne roghte not a myte for to dye. 126
Mars 134 After he walketh softely a paas, 134
Mars 137 That evere so wyd a compas ys my spere! 136
Mars 156 That yf a wight shal pleyne pitously, 156
Mars 199 For love so many a perilous aventure! 198
Mars 202 In many a cas hem tydeth ofte sorowe. 202
Mars 209 But what availeth such a long sermoun 208
Mars 227 And thogh he made a lover love a thing 226
Mars 227 And thogh he made a lover love a thing 226
Mars 231 And that is wonder, that so juste a kyng 230
Mars 237 And lyk a fissher, as men alday may se, 236
Mars 239 Til many a fissh ys wod til that he be 238
Mars 245 The broche of Thebes was of such a kynde, 244
Mars 256 For he so feir a tresor had forgo; 256
Mars 268 That putte such a beaute in her face, 268
Mars 274 Al be I not worthy to so gret a name, 274
 
 A-GAME.........1
Mars 277 Of my disese, and take hit not a-game. 276
 
 ABLE...........1
Mars 282 Be wey of kynde, ye oughten to be able 282
 
 ABOVE..........1
Mars 29 Whilom the thridde hevenes lord above, 28
 
 ABYDE..........1
Mars 54 Into hir nexte paleys, and ther abyde, 54
 
 ADVERSITE......1
Mars 266 She was not cause of myn adversite, 266
 
 ADVERSYTE......1
Mars 148 Mars dwelleth forth in his adversyte, 148
 
 AFFRAY.........1
Mars 214 Is in affray, and not to whom to pleyne. 214
 
 AFTER..........2
Mars 134 After he walketh softely a paas, 134
Mars 153 And after that I wol my leve take, 152
 
 AL.............15
Mars 15 Yet sang this foul -- I rede yow al awake, 14
Mars 36 For she forbad him jelosye at al, 36
Mars 63 For al your lust is ese to myn herte. " 62
Mars 91 The torche is come that al this world wol wrie. " 90
Mars 130 But nathelesse, for al his hevy armure, 130
Mars 133 Then for al his brennyng in the fire. 132
Mars 160 Wherfore the ground and cause of al my peyne, 160
Mars 177 Of al disport in which men frendly duelle, 176
Mars 179 Of soun of instrumentes of al swetnesse; 178
Mars 241 Al his desir, and therwith al myschaunce; 240
Mars 241 Al his desir, and therwith al myschaunce; 240
Mars 274 Al be I not worthy to so gret a name, 274
Mars 290 Compleyneth eke, ye lovers, al in-fere, 290
Mars 296 Compleyneth thilke ensample of al honour, 296
Mars 297 That never dide but al gentilesse; 296
 
 ALAS...........10
Mars 90 Enbraceth Mars and seyde, " Alas, I dye! 90
Mars 106 O woful Mars -- alas -- what maist thou seyn, 106
Mars 115 Alas -- and ther ne hath she no socour, 114
Mars 136 He seyde, " O lady bryght, Venus, alas, 136
Mars 138 Alas, when shal I mete yow, herte dere? 138
Mars 159 And causeles; alas, that am not I. 158
Mars 164 The firste tyme, alas, that I was wroght 164
Mars 198 Alas, that ever lovers mote endure 198
Mars 207 Depraven hem; alas, whom may they plese? 206
Mars 288 Alas, your honour and your emperise, 288
 
 ALDAY..........1
Mars 237 And lyk a fissher, as men alday may se, 236
 
 ALGATES........1
Mars 234 Algates he that hath with love to done 234
 
 ALLONE.........1
Mars 141 Now God helpe sely Venus allone. 140
 
 ALMOST.........2
Mars 70 Almost in oo day as he dyde in tweye. 70
Mars 102 He shaketh so that almost hit towond. 102
 
 ALSO...........1
Mars 267 But he that wroghte her, also mot I the, 266
 
 AM.............2
Mars 159 And causeles; alas, that am not I. 158
Mars 275 Yet, seyn these clerkes, I am your patroun; 274
 
 AMONG..........1
Mars 2 Lo, Venus, rysen among yon rowes rede. 2
 
 AMYD...........1
Mars 79 In chambre amyd the paleys prively 78
 
 AN.............3
Mars 12 The glade nyght ys worth an hevy morowe -- 12
Mars 222 Ne lasteth not the twynkelyng of an ye, 222
Mars 247 That every wight, that sette on hit an ye, 246
 
 AND............86
Mars 3 And floures fressh, honoureth ye this day, 2
Mars 8 Wyth teres blewe and with a wounded herte 8
Mars 9 Taketh your leve, and with Seint John to borowe 8
Mars 16 And ye that han not chosen in humble wyse, 16
Mars 18 And ye that han ful chosen as I devise, 18
Mars 21 And paciently taketh your aventure. 20
Mars 22 And for the worship of this highe feste, 22
Mars 32 And she hath take him in subjeccioun, 32
Mars 33 And as a maistresse taught him his lessoun, 32
Mars 37 And cruelte, and bost, and tyrannye. 36
Mars 37 And cruelte, and bost, and tyrannye. 36
Mars 37 And cruelte, and bost, and tyrannye. 36
Mars 38 She made him at her lust so humble and tal, 38
Mars 41 And thus she brydeleth him in her manere, 40
Mars 48 And she bynt her to loven him for evere, 48
Mars 50 Thus be they knyt and regnen as in hevene 50
Mars 54 Into hir nexte paleys, and ther abyde, 54
Mars 56 And he preide her to haste her for his sake. 56
Mars 60 My lyf stant ther in aventure and grace; 60
Mars 74 And thus in joy and blysse I lete hem duelle. 74
Mars 74 And thus in joy and blysse I lete hem duelle. 74
Mars 77 And Venus kysseth Mars, the god of armes. 76
Mars 87 And by the lyght she knew, that shon so shene, 86
Mars 90 Enbraceth Mars and seyde, " Alas, I dye! 90
Mars 97 And hente his hauberk that ley hym besyde. 96
Mars 100 And girt him with his swerd, and in his hond 100
Mars 100 And girt him with his swerd, and in his hond 100
Mars 109 And yet therto ys double thy penaunce, 108
Mars 112 That thou nere swift, wel maist thou wepe and crien. 112
Mars 115 Alas -- and ther ne hath she no socour, 114
Mars 117 And eke as ther she hath but litil myght, 116
Mars 118 Wherfor, herselven for to hyde and save, 118
Mars 120 Derk was this cave and smokyng as the helle; 120
Mars 123 Now wol I speke of Mars, furious and wod. 122
Mars 127 So feble he wex for hete and for his wo 126
Mars 146 And Venus he salueth and doth chere, 146
Mars 146 And Venus he salueth and doth chere, 146
Mars 147 And her receyveth as his frend ful dere. 146
Mars 150 And what his compleynt was, remembreth me; 150
Mars 151 And therfore, in this lusty morwenynge 150
Mars 152 As I best can, I wol hit seyn and synge; 152
Mars 153 And after that I wol my leve take, 152
Mars 154 And God yeve every wyght joy of his make! 154
Mars 159 And causeles; alas, that am not I. 158
Mars 160 Wherfore the ground and cause of al my peyne, 160
Mars 165 And for certeyn effectes hider broght 164
Mars 167 I yaf my trewe servise and my thoght 166
Mars 171 When she is wroth and taketh of hym no cure, 170
Mars 174 My lady is the verrey sours and welle 174
Mars 175 Of beaute, lust, fredom, and gentilnesse, 174
Mars 178 Of love and pley, and of benigne humblesse, 178
Mars 178 Of love and pley, and of benigne humblesse, 178
Mars 180 And therto so wel fortuned and thewed 180
Mars 180 And therto so wel fortuned and thewed 180
Mars 187 To ben her truest servaunt and her knyght. 186
Mars 195 For fere and eke for wo that, as I gesse, 194
Mars 210 Of aventures of love up and doun? 210
Mars 211 I wol returne and speken of my peyne. 210
Mars 214 Is in affray, and not to whom to pleyne. 214
Mars 216 For your disese wel oughte I swowne and swelte, 216
Mars 220 And streyneth folk to love, malgre her hed? 220
Mars 221 And then her joy, for oght I can espye, 220
Mars 223 And somme han never joy til they be ded. 222
Mars 227 And thogh he made a lover love a thing 226
Mars 228 And maketh hit seme stedfast and during, 228
Mars 228 And maketh hit seme stedfast and during, 228
Mars 231 And that is wonder, that so juste a kyng 230
Mars 237 And lyk a fissher, as men alday may se, 236
Mars 240 Sesed therwith; and then at erst hath he 240
Mars 241 Al his desir, and therwith al myschaunce; 240
Mars 242 And thogh the lyne breke, he hath penaunce; 242
Mars 246 So ful of rubies and of stones of Ynde 246
Mars 251 And whan that hit was his, then shulde he drye 250
Mars 254 And whan hit was fro his possessioun, 254
Mars 255 Then had he double wo and passioun 254
Mars 261 And therfore in the worcher was the vice, 260
Mars 262 And in the covetour that was so nyce. 262
Mars 263 So fareth hyt by lovers and by me; 262
Mars 269 That made me coveyten and purchace 268
Mars 271 And myn unwit that ever I clamb so hye. 270
Mars 277 Of my disese, and take hit not a-game. 276
Mars 281 And ye, my ladyes, that ben true and stable, 280
Mars 281 And ye, my ladyes, that ben true and stable, 280
Mars 287 Now shulde your holy teres falle and reyne. 286
Mars 288 Alas, your honour and your emperise, 288
Mars 294 Compleyneth Beaute, Fredom, and Manere; 294