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The Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer

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And the contraire is joye and gret solas ; As whan a man hath ben in pore estate, And clymbith up, and wexeth fortunate, 10 And ther abydeth in prosperity ; Such thing is gladsom, as it thinkith me, And of such thing were goodly for to telle.' ' Ye/ quod our Host, ' by seint Paules belle, Ye saye right soth ; this monk hath clappid lowde; He spak, how fortune was clipped with a clowde, I not never what, and als of tregedie Right now ye herd ; and pardy ! no remedye It is for to bywayle or to co
...mpleyne That that is doon ; and also it is a peyne, 20 As ye han said, to hiere of hevynesse.
Sire monk, no more of this, so God you blesse ; Your tale anoyeth al this compaignie ; y Google 228 THE CANTERBURY TALES.
Such taUceinge is nought worth a boterflye, For therinne is noon disport ne game.
Wherfor, sir monk, dmn Pieres by your name, I pray yow hertly, tel us Bomwhat ellis ; For sicurly, ner gingling of the bellis That on your bridil hong on every syde, By heven king, that for us alle dyde, ao I schold er this han falle doun for sleep, Although the slough hadde never ben so deep ; Than hadde your tale oZ be told in vayn.


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