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Page 170 - For whosoever shall do the will of God, he is my brother, and my sister, and mother.
Page 65 - Na he, that ay hass levyt fre, May nocht knaw weill the propyrte, The angyr, na the wrechyt dome, That is cowplyt to foule thyrldome. Bot gyff he had assayit it, Than all perquer he suld it wyt; And suld think fredome mar to pryss Than all the gold in warld that is.
Page 104 - This songe when he thus songen hadde soone He fel ayein into his sikes olde ; And every nyght, as was his wone to doone, He stood, the bryghte mone to beholde ; And al his sorwe he to the moone tolde, And seyde, 'Iwis, when thow art horned newe I shal be glad, if al the world be trewe.
Page 90 - Beren your body into every place, To which your herte wilneth for to pace, Withouten wem of you, thurgh foul and fair.
Page 103 - And yonder have I herd ful lustily My deere herte laughe ; and yonder pleye Saugh Ich hire oones ek ful blisfully ; And yonder oones to me gan she seye, ' Now goode swete ! love me wel, I preye ; And yond so gladly gan she me beholde, That to the deth myn herte is to hir holde.
Page 74 - Whil God wes on erthe And wondrede wyde, Whet wes the resoun Why he nolde ryde ? For he nolde no grom To go by ys syde, Ne grucchyng of no gedelyng To chaule ne to chyde. Spedeth ou to spewen, Ase me doth to spelle...