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NIMEV TM 1383
Sans remedy endure must I
The sleepless lover — three eight-line stanzas, aaabcccb, or quatrains with internal rhyme, plus burden: ‘Saunce remedy [ ]payne dedly for my maystres…’
Note: Ringler Jr. (1992), TM 1383.
Versification: — eight-line — aaabcccb



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: Oxford, Bodleian Library Ashmole 176 (SC 6659), f. 99v
First Lines:
Sauns remedye endure must I in paynes deadly for my mistres
onlesse that she doe me petye of her bountye & great goodnes…
Last Lines:
…Or elles trulye endure must I in paynes deadly for my mistres
alas that she doth not petye of her bountye & great goodnes
Note: Three quatrains; at the end: ‘finis’.
Editions:
Wagner, B. M. “New Songs of the Reign of Henry VIII.” Modern Language Notes 50 (1935): 452-55: 454.



Print Witnesses:
1.Source: STC 20700.3. Rastell, John, Now she that I louyd trewly beryth a full fayre face hath chosen her…, [S.l.: J. Rastell, ca. 1525] , broadside, recto
First Lines:
I may co[mplayne]
As one in pay[ne]
That vncert[ayne]
Am of relesse…
Last Lines:
…Of her bounte
And great goodnes