"Under a tree, besyde a welle, I say Cupyde our lord his arwes forge and fyle..."

"Under a tree, besyde a welle, I say Cupyde our lord his arwes forge and fyle..."
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"Under a tree, besyde a welle, I say Cupyde our lord his arwes forge and fyle..."

from: The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer: A Facsimile of the William Morris Kelmscott Chaucer (P. 316) -  1958
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"Under a tree, besyde a welle, I say
Cupyde our lord his arwes forge and fyle;
And at his fete his bowe al redy lay,
And wel his doghter tempred al the whyle
The hedes in the welle, and with hir wyle
She couched hem after as they shulde serve,
Som for to slee, and som to wounde and kerve." (p. 316)