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SIR JOHN FROISSART Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.1

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SIR JOHN FROISSART
Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.1
page 120



oui M y body moves, my heart remains with you ; Till I return, adieu, enchanting fair ; Short as the time will be, my griefs renew, M y body goes, my heart remains with you Till I return, adieu, enchanting fair. But cheerful hope difplays the welcome view, That cheers with raptures gay my fad defpair. Adieu, till I return, enchanting fair, M y limbs depart, my foul remains with you. Rondel en Riponfe. Mon doux ami, adieu jufqu' au revoir ; Qu' amour bhntot devers moi vous ramarne ! Pour vous ferai loyaument mon devoir. Mon doux ami, adieu jufqu' au revoir Qu' amour bientôt devers moi vous remarne. Si fouhaiter pouvoit eftre veoir, Vous me terriez trente fois la femaine : Maie puifqu* ainii il n'eft en mon pouvoir, Μαη-dòux ami, adieu jufqu9 au revoir Qu' amour bientôt devus moi vous remaine. TheAnfwer. Adieu my love, till I return, adieu ! Yet ftill with me your confiant image goes, And keeps my heart to Cupid ever true. Adieu my love, till I return, adieu ! Still with your lovely form my fancy glows ; Could hope your welcome ^prefence ftill renew, We'd meet at morn and noon, and evening clofe. But fince our fortune bars the rapt'rous view, Adieu my love, till I return, adieu ! For ûill with mc, your heavenly image goes.


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