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DIMEV 6776
IMEV 4216
NIMEV TM 1524
Woe worth your hearts so planted in pride
Curses and Blessings — eight stanzas rhyme royal with ‘Wo worth’ and ‘Blessyd be ye’ anaphora.
Note: From Conuersion of Swerers (5289), occurring separately. For a single stanza rhyme royal with a very similar ‘Wo worth’ anaphora see 4497. Also compare Hawes’ Convercyon of Swerers, 2547 (see Berdan (1920), 184, note 2); Court of Sapience (5365) stanza 67; and 6775.
Subjects: curses; blessings
Versification: — seven-line — ababbcc



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: London, British Library Harley 4294, f. 80ra-80rb
First Lines:
Wo worth your hartis so plantyd in pryde
Wo worthe your wrath & mortall envye…
Last Lines:
…Blessyd be ye in the lyfe temperall
Which applye yourselfe to Ioy celestyall
Editions:
Furnivall, Frederick James. “Inedited Pieces, No. IV.” Notes and Queries 4th ser. 3 (1869): 8-9: 9.