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DIMEV 3460
NIMEV 2141.55
Me thinks that I have good right
A lover’s complaint — blend of couplets and cross-rhymed quatrains
Subjects: complaints, lovers’; lovers, praise of beloved
Versification: — two-line, four-line — aa, abab



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: Oxford, Magdalen College Multon Hall Deeds 39a, dorse
First Lines:
Me thinkes þat I haue gode right
To serue þat semely to my sight…
Last Lines:
…Wethir sche wil me saue or s[p]il
I stand þer til iwis
And þer to…
Editions:
Woolgar, C. M., and B. O’Donoghue. “Two Middle English Poems at Magdalen College, Oxford.” Medium Ævum 52 (1983): 217-21: 218-19.