The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
DIMEV 5051
IMEV 3221
NIMEV 3221
Summer is comen and winter gone
A song of the Passion — eight l0-line stanzas (ababccdeed)
Subjects: Christ, passion of; Passion
Versification: — ten-line — ababccdeed

Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: London, British Library Egerton 613, f. 1v
First Lines:
Somer is comen & winter gon þis day biginniz to longe
& þis foules euerchon Ioye hem wit songe…
Last Lines:
…grone he may & wepen ay þe man þat deiet wit oute lay alone
grante ous crist wit þin uprist to gene
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