"And fast I sleep; and in sleping, Me mette swiche a swevening..."

"And fast I sleep; and in sleping, Me mette swiche a swevening..."
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"And fast I sleep; and in sleping, Me mette swiche a swevening..."

from: The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer: A Facsimile of the William Morris Kelmscott Chaucer (P. 241) -  1958
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"Within my twenty yere of age,
Whan that Love taketh his corage
Of yonge folk, I wente sone
To bedde, as I was wont to done,
And fast I sleep; and in sleping,
Me mette swiche a swevening,
That lykede me wonders wel;
But in that sweven is never a del
That it nis afterward befalle,
Right as this dreem wol telle us alle." (p. 241)