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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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Found Records:
London, British Library Addit. 22283 [Simeon]
Number 3742-27
1.      Now goeth the sun under wood / Me rueth Mary thy fair rood
An English quatrain (aabb) occurring in Archb. Edmund Riche’s Speculum Ecclesie
Number 6119-2
2.   f. 1ra1   Upon a day it befell
Gospel for Friday after Pentecost, in the ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle
Number 2020-2
3.   f. 1ra2-1rc   Luke in his gospel / Sweetly he will us tell
Gospel, ‘In vigilia sancte trinitatis’, in the ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle
Number 4629-3
4.   ff. 1rc-1vb   Saint John in this gospel telleth
Gospel for Trinity Sunday in the ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle; also used for The Invention of the Cross (3468)
Number 4639-7
5.   f. 1vb-1vc   Saint John the Gospeller says us / That til his disciples said
Gospel for Whit Monday in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 56-7
6.   ff. 1vc-2ra   A good tale hereby lies / Of a woman that hight Thais
Thais, in the Northern Homily Cycle — in couplets
Number 6825-5
7.   f. 2ra-2vb   Ye lewd men taketh heed
Northern Homily Cycle
Number 1545-2
8.   ff. 2vb-4rc   God Almighty that all thing wields / Winds waters woods and fields
An extract from Robert of Brunne’s Handlyng Synne (1283) (lines 9891-10810) with the title: Septem Miracula de corpore cristi
Number 5839-6
9.   f. 4rc-4vb   Thou rich man that sits on dais
Gospel for First Sunday after Trinity, in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 5956-6
10.   f. 4vb-4vc   Til his disciples said Jesus / As Luke the gospeller tells us
Gospel for Second Sunday after Trinity, in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 2465-9
11.   f. 4vc   In a wilderness an hermit found
The Hermit and the Angel, in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 6048-6
12.   f. 5ra-5rb   Today Saint Luke the gospeller
Gospel for Third Sunday after Trinity, in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 791-6
13.   f. 5rb-5rc   Before time that good angel wrought / But God him self
The Fall of the Angels and the Creation of Man, in Northern Homily Cycle — in couplets
Number 1797-6
14.   f. 5rc   Harkeneth what Saint Luke will say / In our gospel of today
Gospel for Fourth Sunday after Trinity, in Northern Homily Cycle
Number 6091-7
15.   ff. 5rc-5va   Two monks were woning in a cell
The Monk who was harsh in judging, a Narratio in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 4677-6
16.   f. 5va   Saint Luke the good gospeller
Gospel for Fifth Sunday after Trinity in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 5907-6
17.   fd. 5vc-6ra   Threefold folk in holy kirk
Gospel for Sixth Sunday after Trinity in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 4696-7
18.   f. 6ra-6rb   Saint Mark the gospeller says us
Gospel for the Seventh Sunday after Trinity in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 4667-4
19.   f. 6rb-6rc   Saint Luke in our gospel says us
Gospel for Eighth Sunday after Trinity in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 4671-3
20.   ff. 6rc-6va   Saint Luke says that Jesu Christ
Gospel for the Ninth Sunday after Trinity in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 2786-6
21.   ff. 6va-7rb   Jerusalem in English is / As mickle to say as sight of peace
Gospel for Tenth Sunday after Trinity, in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 1826-6
22.   f. 7rb   He is be-gabbed loathly / That lets of other men hethely
Gospel for Eleventh Sunday after Trinity, in Northern Homily Cycle
Number 2491-7
23.   ff. 7rb-7vb   In England by old days / Were kings seven as gest us shows
King Oswald and the Hermit, in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 4695-6
24.   ff. 7vb-8rb   Saint Mark speaks in our gospel
Gospel for the Twelfth Sunday after Trinity in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 5954-6
25.   ff. 8rb-8vb   Til his disciples said Christ
Gospel for Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity, in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 10-7
26.   ff. 8vb-10rb   A bishop woned beyond the sea / In Sicily the rich city
The Legend of Theophilus in the Northern Homily Cycle — in couplets
Number 4679-5
27.   f. 10rb1   Saint Luke the gospeller will say
Gospel for the Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 490-6
28.   ff. 10rb2-11ra   An holy man was parish priest / And loved a friend that woned him next
The Adulterous Parish Priest, in the Northern Homily Cycle — in couplets
Number 6113-5
29.   f. 11ra-11rc   Unto his disciples said Christ
Gospel for Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity, in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 2764-6
30.   ff. 11rc-12ra   It was once a gardener / That to God was both lief and dear
The Thrifty Gardener, in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 1796-5
31.   f. 12ra-12rb   Harkeneth what Saint Luke will say / In our gospel of this day
Gospel for Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity, in Northern Homily Cycle
Number 1843-3
32.   ff. 12rb-12vc   He sayeth it was once a clerk / That left the fiend and all his work
Dying Monk sees Dragon, Narratio in Northern Homily Cycle
Number 2766-6
33.   ff. 12vc-13rc   It was upon a holiday / As Luke in our gospel gan say
Gospel for the Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity, in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 2473-4
34.   ff. 13rc-14rb   In Antioch beyond the sea
Pelagia: Narratio in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 4711-6
35.   f. 14rb-14vb   Saint Matthew in our gospel shows
Gospel for the Eighteenth Sunday after Trinity in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 2765-6
36.   f. 14vb-14vc   It was once a hende knight / That slew another knight in fight
The Knight who forgave the Slayer of his Father, in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 2563-6
37.   ff. 14vc-15rc   In our gospel says Matthew / That Christs deeds til us will show
Gospel for Nineteenth Sunday after Trinity, in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 688-2
38.   ff. 15rc-15av   As was Herod the cursed king / That yode to hell at his ending
‘Of Kyng Heroud þat slou þe chyldren’ — Narratio for 19th Sunday after Trinity, in the ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle
Number 479-7
39.   f. 15va1   An Emperor was once in Rome / That was righteous in his doom
Gregory and Trajan’s soul, followed by the story of Alexander and the imprisoned Jews, in the Northern Homily Cycle — in couplets
Number 5674-6
40.   ff. 15va2-16rc   This day Saint Matthew tells us
Gospel for Twentieth Sunday after Trinity, in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 4606-3
41.   ff. 16rc-16va   Saint Gregory a tale us tells
Gregory’s Aunts: a Narratio in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 4637-5
42.   f. 16vb-16vc   Saint John the good gospeller / Tells us as I said you here
Gospel for the Twenty-first Sunday after Trinity in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 4548-4
43.   ff. 16vc-17rb   Saint Basil telleth soothfastly
The Despised Nun: a Narratio in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 4721-6
44.   ff. 17rb-17vb   Saint Matthew the Evangelist / telleth us that Jesu Christ
Gospel for the Twenty-second Sunday after Trinity in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 125-6
45.   f. 17vb-17vc   A monk was in Religion / And to backbiting was ever boune
The Backbiting Monk, in the Northern Homily Cycle — in couplets
Number 5673-6
46.   ff. 17vc-18ra   This day Saint Matthew tells us
Gospel for the Twenty-third Sunday after Trinity, in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 3406-6
47.   ff. 18ra-18rc   Many winter witterly / Ere Christ were born of our Lady
Story of Queen Esther, in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 4642-4
48.   f. 18va-18vb   Saint John the gospeller / Tells as I shall you lere
Gospel for the Twenty-fourth (according to some MSS the Twenty-fifth) Sunday after Trinity in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 2761-9
49.   ff. 18vb-19va   It was a rich man o land / Full far beyond the sea woning
Piers Toller, in the Northern Homily Cycle
Number 6315-2
50.   ff. 19va-19vc   When grain of wheat is cast to ground
Nisi granum frumenti cadens in terram’, in twenty 13-line stanzas
Number 4646-2
51.   ff. 19vc-20rc   Saint John upon a time stood
Gospel ‘In Vigilia sancti Andree’ in the ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle
Number 1776-2
52.   ff. 20rc-20vb   Harkeneth all old and young / I rede ye think not here so long
Gospel ‘In festo Sancti Andree’, in ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle
Number 5222-2
53.   ff. 20vb-21ra   The Book of Jesu Christs kind
Gospel, ‘In festo Conceptionis Marie’, in the ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle
Number 5807-2
54.   ff. 21rb-21va   Thomas Didymus himself
Gospel, ‘In festo sancti Thome apostoli’, in the ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle
Number 1780-2
55.   ff. 21va-22rb   Harkeneth all the mild speech / That Matthew here will us teach
Gospel ‘In festo Sancti Stephani’, in ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle
Number 1772-2
56.   ff. 22rb-22va   Harkeneth all for your prow / What good John us telleth now
Gospel ‘In festo sancti Ioh. apost.’, in ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle
Number 337-2
57.   ff. 22va-23va   All I rede that we here / That good Matthew will us lere
Gospel, In festo sanctorum Innocentium, in the ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle — in couplets
Number 2942-2
58.   f. 23rb-23rc   Jesu to his disciples told / Words good for to hold
Gospel, ‘In festo sancti Thome Cant.’, in the ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle
Number 4842-2
59.   ff. 23rc-23vb   Simon Peter to Jesus
Gospel, ‘In festo Conuersionis sancti Pauli’, in the ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle
Number 1790-2
60.   ff. 23vb-24rb   Harkeneth now I will you tell / As Matthew sayeth in this gospel
Gospel ‘In festo Cathed. sancti Petri’, in ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle
Number 6128-2
61.   f. 24rb-24rc   Upon a time good Jesus
Gospel, ‘In festo Sancti Mathie’, in the ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle
Number 2917-2
62.   ff. 24rc-24vb   Jesu that is full of disport / Gave his disciples their comfort
Gospel, ‘In festo SS. Philipi et Iacobi’, in the ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle
Number 4629-4
63.   ff. 24vb-25rb   Saint John in this gospel telleth
Gospel for Trinity Sunday in the ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle; also used for The Invention of the Cross (3468)
Number 2919-2
64.   ff. 25rb-25va   Jesu that is heaven king / To His disciples said this thing
Gospel, ‘In vigilia apostolorum Petri et Pauli’, in the ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle
Number 2943-2
65.   f. 25va-25vc   Jesu upon a time he bade / His disciples as they were stead
Gospel, ‘In Oct. apostolorum Petri et Pauli’, in the ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle
Number 2830-2
66.   ff. 25vc-26rb   Jesu Christ to whom we call / Said to his disciples all
Gospel, ‘In festo sancte Margarete’, in the ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle
Number 6795-6
67.   ff. 26rb-26va   Worlds wealth girt Mary weed
Northern Homily Cycle
Number 2484-2
68.   f. 26va-26vc   In book a beast we find can / That hath a face as a man
Six exempla: marvellous beast, tree, fowls, fish, etc.
Number 6126-2
69.   ff. 26vc-27rb   Upon a time as Jesu went
Gospel, ‘In festo sancti Iacobi maioris’, in the ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle
Number 4674-2
70.   f. 27rb-27rc   Saint Luke that holy man
Gospel for the Feast of the Assumption in the ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle
Number 6129-2
71.   ff. 27rc-27vc   Upon a time there rose a strife
Gospel, ‘In festo Sancti Bartholomei’, in the ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle
Number 2851-2
72.   ff. 27vc-28ra   Jesu full of all virtues / Said to the people of the Jews
Gospel, ‘In festo Exaltationis Crucis’, in the ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle
Number 655-2
73.   f. 28ra-28rc   As Jesu wide about went / He saw a man sit present
Gospel In festo S. Matthei, in ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle — in couplets
Number 5247-2
74.   ff. 28rc-28vc   The disciples of Jesus
Homily, ‘In festo S. Michaelis’, in the ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle
Number 4320-2
75.   ff. 28vc-29rb   Our Lord Jesu assigned tho
Gospel, ‘In festo S. Luce Evangeliste’, in the ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle
Number 2896-2
76.   ff. 29rb-29va   Jesu said these words meek / To his disciples whan spake
Gospel, ‘In festo SS. Simonis et Iude’, in the ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle
Number 1783-2
77.   f. 29va-29vc   Harkeneth all to this gospel / What Matthew hereof will us tell
Gospel ‘In festo omnium sanctorum’, in the ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle
Number 2590-2
78.   ff. 29vc-30rb   In that time God Jesus / To His disciples said thus
Gospel, ‘In festo sancti Martini confessoris’, in the ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle
Number 2463-2
79.   ff. 30rb-30va   In a time as good Jesus / By Jerico went thus
Gospel ‘In festo dedicationis ecclesie’, in ‘expanded’ Northern Homily Cycle
Number 2553-2
80.   ff. 30va-32vb   In name of him All-wielding / That is our high heaven king
A translation of Part I of St. Edmund’s Speculum
Number 3118-2
81.   f. 32vb-32vc   Listeneth lordings lief and dear / Ye that will of the Sunday hear
‘þe visions of seynt poul’ — 346 lines in couplets
Number 423-24
82.   ff. 33ra-61va   Almighty God in trinity / In whom onely is persons three
William of Nassyngton, Speculum Vitae — in couplets
Number 4401-3
83.   f. 61ra   Prick of Conscience this book is I-hote
Epilogue to The Pricke of Conscience — in couplets and triplets
Number 5398-44
84.   ff. 62ra-78va   The might of the Father Almighty
The Pricke of Conscience, sometimes attributed to Richard [Rolle of] Hampole
Number 1596-2
85.   ff. 78va-80va   God that art of mights most / Father Son and Holy Ghost
‘Þe Prikke of loue’, a free translation of St. Edmund’s Speculum — 1082 lines in couplets
Number 605-4
86.   f. 80va-80vc   As I lay in a winters night / In a darkening before the day
‘þe disputisoun betwen þe bodi and þe soule’ — 61 to 74 eight-line stanzas (abababab) sometimes written as quatrains with medial rhyme
Number 5092-2
87.   ff. 81ra-83rb   Swithe much need it is
‘Disputison bitwene a god man and þe deuel’ — 987 lines in couplets
Number 5451-12
88.   ff. 83rb-84vb   The right pit of hell is amid the earth within
A collection of pseudo-scientific material incorporated as Part III in the legend of St. Michael
Number 5131-3
89.   ff. 84vb-87va   That good thinketh good may do
The Castle of Love, a translation of Grosseteste’s Chateau d’Amour — 1860 lines in couplets
Number 383-9
90.   ff. 87va-88va   All that willen of wisdom lere / Listen to me and ye shall hear
The ‘Legend of Ipotis’ — in couplets
Number 5387-2
91.   ff. 88vb-89ra   The man that is of woman I-bore
’Þre Messagers of Deeth’ — fifty-six quatrains
Number 5077-3
92.   ff. 89ra-89vc   Sweet Jesu now will I sing
A song of love to Jesus — in monorhyming quatrains
Number 2829-2
93.   ff. 89vc-90ra   Jesu Christ that is so free / To mans soul speaketh he
Christ’s Appeal to Man, ‘A luytel tretys of loue, of Godes passyon’ — in quatrains
Number 4128-2
94.   f. 90ra-90rc   Of a true love clean and derne
‘Of Clene Maydenhod’ — seventeen 8-line stanzas
Number 5988-2
95.   ff. 90rc-90vb   To love I will begin
‘A Mournyng Song of the Loue of God’ — thirty-two 8-line stanzas
Number 3120-2
96.   f. 90vb   Listeneth lords lief in land / Sothly saws I will you tell
‘A Disputisoun bi-twene Child Ihesu and Maistres of the Lawe of Jewus’ — in 8-line stanzas (abababab)
Number 2818-4
97.   f. 90vb1   Jesu Christ my leman sweet that diedest on the Rood-Tree
A prayer of the Five Wounds — one long monorhyming quatrain
Number 696-2
98.   f. 90vb2-90vc   At a sermon there I sat / A comely clerk I heard craven
Friar Henry, ‘A luytel sermoun of good edificacioun’ — ten 8-line stanzas
Number 4415-6
99.   ff. 90vc-91vc   Princes proud that beth in press
Roberd of Cisyle — in couplets
Number 5529-3
100.   f. 118va-18vc   The wise man in his book hath this saying
Proverbs of old Philosophers, in Latin, French, and English — the English text usually in quatrains (aabb)
Number 425-2
101.   f. 119ra-119va   Almighty God in Trinity / Leave us well to speed
‘Luytel Caton’ — 644 lines in quatrains
Number 1349-2
102.   ff. 119va-123ra   For God is lord of all thing / As prophets tellen I-mene
‘Great Cato’ — 644 lines in quatrains
Number 3212-2
103.   ff. 123rb-124vb   Lord Jesu Christ in Trinity / Three persons in unity
‘The Stacions of Rome’, in couplets, with a Prologue of 78 lines
Number 4319-2
104.   ff. 124vb-125vb   Our Lady free on Rood tree made Her moan
The Disputation between the Virgin Mary and the Cross — 13-line stanzas, ababababcdddc, with an introduction and conclusion in which the first eight lines are expanded to twelve short lines, aabccbddbeebfgggf
Number 5607-2
105.   ff. 125vb-126rc   There woned in Babylon a bairn in that burgh rich
‘The Pistill of Susan’ (the story of Susannah) — twenty-eight 13-line stanzas (ababababcdddc of alliterative verse
Number 1789-2
106.   ff. 126rc-128va   Harkeneth now both old and young / For Mary love that sweet thing
‘þe Kyng of Tars and þe Soudan of Dammas’ — 1228 lines in 12-line stanzas (aabaabccbddb)
Number 950-2
107.   ff. 128vb-129ra   By west under a wild wood side / In a land…
Mercy Passes all Things — sixteen 12-line stanzas with refrain, ‘Mercy passeth alle thinge’
Number 2443-2
108.   f. 129ra-129rb   In a church there I can kneel / This ender day in on morning
Deo gracias — eleven 8-line stanzas (ababbcbc) with this refrain
Number 3717-2
109.   f. 129rb-129rc   Now Bairns Birds bold and blithe
Against my will I take my Leave — eight 8-line stanzas with ‘…take my leue’ refrain
Number 1122-2
110.   f. 129rc   Deus caritas est
Deus Caritas — seven 8-line stanzas
Number 3669-2
111.   ff. 129rc-129va   My word is Deo gracias / In world where me be well or woe
A second song of Deo Gracias — six 8-line stanzas, with ‘Deo gracias’ refrain
Number 2454-2
112.   f. 129va-129vb   In a pistle that Paul wrought
Each Man ought Himself to know — nine 12-line stanzas
Number 6379-2
113.   ff. 129vb-130ra   When men beth merriest at their meal
‘Þenk on ȝesterday’ — fifteen l2-line stanzas (ababababbcbc) with refrain, ‘Þenk on ȝesterday’
Number 2300-3
114.   ff. 130ra-130va   I warn each lede that liveth in land
Keep Well Christ’s Commandments — thirteen 8-line stanzas with refrain
Number 1458-2
115.   f. 130va   Friendship faileth and fully fadeth / Faithful friends few
‘Fy on a feynt Frende’ — nine 8-line stanzas, ababbcbc, alliterating and with a refrain, ‘And þer fy on a feynt frende’
Number 925-4
116.   f. 130vb-130vc   By a way wandering as I went / Sore I sighed sad
’Thank God of All’ — up to seventeen 8-line stanzas, ababbcbc, alliterative, with refrain, ‘thank God of all’
Number 2335-2
117.   fF. 130vc-131rb   I would witen of some wise wight / Witterly what this world were
‘This World Fareþ as a ffantasy’, based on Ecclesiastes — eleven 12-line stanzas with refrain, ‘ffor þis world fareþ as a fantasye’
Number 631-3
118.   ff. 131rb-131rc   As I wandered here by west / Fast under a forest side
‘Ay Merci God and Graunt Merci’ — twelve 8-line stanzas (ababbcbc), alliterative, including refrain, ‘With marcy Lorde & gramarcy’ or ‘mercy god and graunt merci’
Number 6659-2
119.   ff. 131rc-131va   Whoso would him well advise
’Treuþe is best’ — fourteen 8-line stanzas (ababbcbc)
Number 6658-2
120.   f. 131va-131vb   Whoso would bethink him well
‘Charite is no lengor Cheere’ — fourteen 8-line stanzas with this refrain
Number 2673-2
121.   f. 131vb-131vc   In worship of that Maiden sweet / Mild Mary mother and maid
‘Of Wymmen comeþ þis worldes welle’ — ten l2-line stanzas with this refrain
Number 4130-2
122.   ff. 131vc-132rb   Of all flowers fairest fall one
A song in praise of the Virgin Mary — thirteen 8-line stanzas
Number 3421-2
123.   f. 132rb-132rc   Mary Maiden Mother mild / That blissful Bairn in bosom bear
Maiden Mary and her Fleur-de-Lys — seventeen 8-line stanzas, ababbcbc, with refrain, ‘þe fflourdelys’
Number 30-2
124.   ff. 132rc-132vb   A dear God what may this be / That all thing wears
On the Death of Edward III — fourteen 8-line stanzas with refrain: ‘Selden seiȝe and sone forȝete’
Number 6856-2
125.   f. 132vb-132vc   Yet is God a courteous lord
Moralizing verses on the Earthquake of 1382 — eleven 8-line stanzas (ababbcbc) with refrain element, ‘…warning to be ware’
Number 990-2
126.   f. 132vc   Christ give us grace to love well Holy Church
Love Holy Church and its Priests — two 12-line stanzas, ababcdcdcdcd, followed by five 8-line stanzas, abababab
Number 4430-2
127.   ff. 132vc-133ra   Queen of heaven mother and may
‘Fonde euermore to Say the Beste’ — seven 8-line stanzas (ababbcbc) with refrain, ‘to sey þe beste’
Number 2433-2
128.   f. 133ra-133rb   Ilke a wise wight should wake / And wait with work heaven to win
‘Mak no Tarijng til to-Morn’ — nine 8-line stanzas with this refrain
Number 926-2
129.   f. 133rb-133rc   By a wood as I gone ride / Walking all my self alone
‘For þi Sunnes Amendes make’ — twelve 8-line stanzas with this refrain
Number 6269-2
130.   ff. 133rc-133va   When all sooths ben sought and seen
‘Suffre in tyme and þat is beste’ — six 12-line and one 8-line stanzas with this refrain
Number 2582-2
131.   f. 133va-133vb   In summer before the Ascension / At Evensong on a Sunday
Mane nobiscum domine’ — ten 8-line stanzas with this refrain
Number 1754-2
132.   ff. 133vb-134ra   Hail star of the sea so bright / Thou grant us to been our guide
Ave maris stella (cf. Daniel (1841), 1.204) — fourteen 12-line stanzas, with Latin verse couplet before each pair of stanzas
Number 6619-1
133.   f. 134ra-134rb   Whoso loveth endless rest
‘But he sey soth he schal be schent’ — nine 12-line stanzas (ababababbcbc) with this refrain
Number 2289-1
134.   f. 134rb-134rc   I thank Thee Lord God full of might
A morning thanksgiving to God — eleven 8-line stanzas
Number 6110-3
135.   fd. 146vb-147ra   Unkind man give keep to me
Appeal of Christ to Man from the Cross — fifteen couplets
Number 3290-15
136.   f. 149ra   Loved be thou king and thanked be thou king
Form of Living
Number 6482-12
137.   f. 149rb   When will thou come and comfort me
Quia amore langueo
Number 357-4
138.   f. 150vb   All perishes and passes that we with eye see
First lyric inserted in Rolle’s Ego Dormio — 8 or 10 irregular alliterative lines
Number 3617-5
139.   f. 151ra-151rb   My king the water greet / and the blood he sweat
Meditacio de passione’ in the treatise, Ego dormio — 41 rhyming lines in various stanzaic patterns
Number 2286-3
140.   f. 151rb1   I sleep and my heart wakes / Who shall to my leman say
Three rhyming lines in Rolle’s Ego Dormio
Number 3651-4
141.   ff. 151rb2-151va   My song is in singing / My life is in longing
Cantus Amoris,’ rhyming lines in the treatise, Ego dormio — 93 lines in varying meters and stanzaic patterns including long-line couplets with or without medial rhyme, monorhyming 3-6-line stanzas, and a six-line stanza aabccb