"Til on Criseyde it smoot, and ther it stente."

"Til on Criseyde it smoot, and ther it stente."
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"Til on Criseyde it smoot, and ther it stente."

from: The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer: A Facsimile of the William Morris Kelmscott Chaucer (P. 471) -  1958
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"Withinne the temple he wente him forth pleyinge,
This Troilus, of every wight aboute,
On this lady and now on that lokinge,
Wherso she were of toune, or of withoute:
And upon cas bifel, that thorugh a route
His eye perced, and so depe it wente,
Til on Criseyde it smoot, and ther it stente." (p. 473)