Poems: Index of First Lines

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Poems: Index of First Lines

A doulx pais que je n’ose nommer Poem 24
A Medee me puis bien comparer Poem 20
A mon advis, Dieu, Raison, et Nature Poem 38
Adieu, Jeunesse, m’amie Poem 9
Adieu, m’amour et ma doulce plaisance Poem 28
Amant qui est cornart et paoureux Poem 33
Amis, pensez de loyaument amer Poem 23
Amours, Amours, puisque c’est vo plaisance Poem 55
Amours, je voy des autres amoureux Poem 54
Amours, sachiez que pas ne le veulz dire Poem 41
Avril, qui vest de verdure Poem 2
Ay my! quel mal, quel ennuy, quel doleur Poem 49
Belle, pour hair faulceté Poem 7
Belle, que j’aim plus qu’autre ne que moy Poem 13
Belle, tournez vers moy vos yeulx Poem 75
Bien appert, Belle, a vo bonté Poem 5
Ce premier jour que l’an se renouvelle Poem 8
Certes, Amour, c’est chose convenable Poem 40
C’est a trestous que vous semblez si belle Poem 36
Comment qu’il soit, mon cuer vous aimera Poem 51
Comment seroit que je fusse joieulx Poem 6
D’amoureux mal suis doulcement apris Poem 31
De moy se part mon tresloial ami Poem 16
Dea, doulx amiz, vous vous desconfortez Poem 50
Dolent de cuer et triste de pensee Poem 66
En mon cuer a une enclume plantee Poem 27
Fouir m’en fault a chace d’esperon Poem 15
Froit estomac et pommon eschauffé Poem 47
Hé! doulx amis, qu’avez vous en pensé? Poem 34
Il a passé des ans sept et demy Poem 60
Il est grant aise de panser Poem 77
Il me convient estre mal de mez yeux Poem 64
Il me convient par souhait conforter Poem 71
Il n’est confort qui tant de bien me face Poem 37
J’ay en mon cuer un oeil qui toudiz veille Poem 45
Jadis m’avint que par merancolie Poem 70
Je congnois bien les tourmens amoureux Poem 59
Je filz rondeaux, baladez, virelais Poem 25
Je ne voy riens qui me doie suffire Poem 3
Je souloye de mes yeulx avoir joie Poem 74
Je vous aime, je vous desir Poem 10
Je vous choisy, noble loyal amour Poem 17
Je vous mercy, des belles la plus belle Poem 46
Je vous vueil plus tousdis servir Poem 72
Je voy que chascun amoureux Poem 76
Je vueil ung livre commencier Poem 78
Joye, santé, paix, et honneur Poem 69
La grant beaulté de vo viaire cler Poem 29
La grant douleur qui si fort me destraint Poem 35
Las! je voy bien qu’il me fault eslongnier Poem 57
Loiaulté d’amour, necte et pure Poem 68
Loyal amour, ardant et desireuse Poem 43
Mes yeulx sont plains d’ennuy et de tristesse Poem 67
Mon treshault bien, ma chierté souveraine Poem 26
Ne doy je bien Male Bouche hair? Poem 22
Or est ainsi que pour la bonne et belle Poem 39
Or n’ay je mais que dolour et tristesce Poem 11
Or ne sçay je tant de service faire Poem 19
Pour avoir plus de plaisir et de joye Poem 48
Pour quoy virent onques mes yeux Poem 53
Puisqu’Amours veult et lui plaist et agree Poem 62
Qui veult entrer en l’amoureux servage Poem 44
Saint Valentin, humblement vous supply Poem 61
Salus assez par bonne entencion Poem 56
Se Dieu eust oblié «non» Poem 1
Se Lucresce, la tresvaillant Rommaine Poem 18
Se mon cuer font en larmes et en plours Poem 21
Se une dame, jeune, gente et jolie Poem 58
Si durement me destraint la pensee Poem 52
S’il ne vous plaist que j’aye mieulx Poem 4
Tous les biens que l’en sauroit Poem 65
Tresdoulz amis, que j’aim parfaitement Poem 32
Un souvenir d’amor asavouré Poem 12
Une jeune, gentil bergiere Poem 73
Ung vrais amans puet tant de biens trouver Poem 14
Vostre beauté, ma belle douce dame Poem 63
Vostre gent corps, vostre plaisant viayre Poem 30
Vous qui voulez l’oppinion contraire Poem 42
A cold stomach and a heated lung Poem 47
A delicious memory of love Poem 12
A lover who is stupid and cowardly Poem 33
A true lover can find so many rewards Poem 14
A young, well-mannered shepherdess Poem 73
Abundant greetings, with good will Poem 56
Alas! What hurt, what trouble, and what sorrow Poem 49
Alas, I see well that from now on Poem 57
Alas, sweet friend, what were you thinking? Poem 34
All the virtues that one was able Poem 65
April, which decks with greenery Poem 2
Dear friend, whom I love perfectly Poem 32
Fair lady, turn your eyes towards me Poem 75
Fair one, in order to hate falsehood Poem 7
Fair one, whom I love better than anyone or than myself Poem 13
Farewell Youth, my friend Poem 9
Farewell, my love and my sweet pleasure Poem 28
Flee I must, as fast as I can spur Poem 15
Friend, consider loving loyally Poem 23
How could it be that I be joyful Poem 6
However it may be, my heart will love you Poem 51
I am forced to be hurt by my eyes Poem64
I am forced to comfort myself with wishes Poem 71
I am taught sweetly about the pains of love Poem 31
I choose you, noble, loyal love Poem 17
I do not know how to do such service Poem 19
I don’t see anything that should satisfy me Poem 3
I have in my heart an eye that always wakes Poem 45
I know well the harsh torments of love Poem 59
I love you, I desire you Poem 10
I made rondeaux, ballades, and virelais Poem 25
I see that everyone in love Poem 76
I thank you, the fairest of the fair Poem 46
I used to have joy from my eyes Poem 74
I wish to begin a book Poem 78
I would rather serve you always Poem 72
If a lady, young, gracious, and pretty Poem 58
If God had just forgotten “no” Poem 1
If it please you not that I have better Poem 4
If Lucrece, the very worthy Roman Poem 18
If my heart melts in tears and weeping Poem 21
In a sweet country that I dare not name Poem 24
In my opinion, God, Reason, and Nature Poem 38
In order to have more pleasure and joy Poem 48
It is very comforting to think Poem 77
Joy, health, peace, and honor Poem 69
Let him who wants to enter love’s servitude Poem 44
Love, I see, with regard to other lovers Poem 54
Love, know that I don’t want to say it Poem 41
Love, Love, since it is your pleasure Poem 55
Loyal love, burning and desirous Poem 43
Loyalty in love, clean and pure Poem 68
My eyes are full of distress and sadness Poem 67
My most loyal friend is leaving me Poem 16
My supreme good, my sovereign treasure Poem 26
Now all I have is grief and sadness Poem 11
Once it happened that, out of melancholy Poem 70
Really, sweet friend, you are distressed Poem 50
Saint Valentine, humbly I beseech you Poem 61
Seven and a half years have gone by Poem 60
Shouldn’t I really hate Evil Tongue? Poem 22
Since Love wishes it, and it pleases him Poem 62
So thoroughly does the thought of loving you Poem 52
Sorrowful in heart and sad in thought Poem 66
Surely, Love, it is a fitting thing Poem 40
The great beauty of your bright face Poem 29
The great sorrow that grips me so strongly Poem 35
There is no comfort that does me as much good Poem 37
This first day when the year begins anew Poem 8
Thus it is that for the good and fair one Poem 39
To everyone, you seem so beautiful Poem 36
To Medea I can easily compare myself Poem 20
Well does it seem, my beautiful lady Poem 5
Why did my eyes ever see Poem 53
Within my heart there is an anvil placed Poem 27
You who wish to hold the view Poem 42
Your beauty, my beautiful gentle lady Poem 63
Your graceful body, your charming face Poem 30

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