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