"And maden him upon a lond to falle, Wherof that Phillis lady was and quene..."

"And maden him upon a lond to falle, Wherof that Phillis lady was and quene..."
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"And maden him upon a lond to falle, Wherof that Phillis lady was and quene..."

from: The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer: A Facsimile of the William Morris Kelmscott Chaucer (P. 443) -  1958
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"And maden him upon a lond to falle,
Wherof that Phillis lady was and quene,
Ligurgus doghter, fairer on to sene
Than is the flour again the brighte sonne.
Unnethe is Demophon to londe ywonne,
Wayk and eek wery, and his folk forpyned
Of werinesse, and also enfamyned;
And to the deeth he almost was ydriven." (p. 444)