"Amidde saugh I Hate sonde, That for hir wrathe, ire, and onde, Semed to been a moveresse..."

"Amidde saugh I Hate sonde, That for hir wrathe, ire, and onde, Semed to been a moveresse..."
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"Amidde saugh I Hate sonde, That for hir wrathe, ire, and onde, Semed to been a moveresse..."

from: The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer: A Facsimile of the William Morris Kelmscott Chaucer (P. 244) -  1958
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"Amidde saugh I Hate stonde,
That for hir wrathe, ire, and onde,
Semed to been a moveresse,
An angry wight, a chideresse;
And ful of gyle, and fel corage,
By semblaunt was that ilke image." (p. 242)

"An image of another entayle, Felonye
A lift half, was hir faste by;
Hir name above hir heed saugh I,
And she was called Felonye.
Another image, that Vilanye
Ycleped was, saugh I and fond
Upon the walle on hir right hond.
Vilanye was lyk somdel
That other image; and, trusteth wel,
She semed a wikked creature." (p. 243)