The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
DIMEV 6305
IMEV 3947
When Flora the queen of plesaunce
The Isle of Ladies, or ‘Chaucer’s Dream’ — 2206 short lines with concluding stanza and Envoy (1529), and final couplet
Title(s): The Isle of Ladies ; ‘Chaucer’s Dream’
Subjects: courtly love; May, songs of; envoys; dream poems; allegories
Versification: — two-line — aa

Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: London, British Library Addit. 10303, ff. 1v-9
First Lines:
When fflora the Quene of pleasaunce
had whole atchiued the obeisance…
Last Lines:
…& duer a thousand yere & tenne
in her good grace Amen Amen
2.Source: Longleat, Marquess of Bath MS 256, ff. 2-24v
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