"But I, allas, now morne shal; Bicause I was without the wal..."

"But I, allas, now morne shal; Bicause I was without the wal..."
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"But I, allas, now morne shal; Bicause I was without the wal..."

from: The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer: A Facsimile of the William Morris Kelmscott Chaucer (P. 312) -  1958
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"The roses weren assured alle,
Defenced with the stronge walle.
Now Jelousye ful wel may be
Of drede devoid, in libertee,
Whether that he slepe or wake;
For of his roses may noon be take.
But I, allas, now morne shal;
Bicause I was without the wal,
Ful moche dole and mone I made." (p. 284)