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Ye that will hear of wit [Ȝhe that welyie here of wytte]
The ‘Storia Lune’ — 116 6-line stanzas, with a Prologue of seven stanzas
Note: For MSS which lack the Prologue see 5269.
Title(s): Storia Lune
Subjects: utilitarian verse; moon, changes of; lucky and unlucky days
Versification: — six-line



Manuscript Witnesses:
1.Source: Oxford, Bodleian Library Douce 84 (SC 21658), ff. 46-53v
First Lines:
ȝhe þat welyie here of wytte
þat is wytnessyd of holy wryte…
Last Lines:
…þat we mow thurw hys mercy dere
In heuen to haue a place Amwn
2.Source: Cambridge UK, St John’s College L.10 (237), p. 3
First Lines:
…What dremys bene in alle manere
And othere þenggys mo…
Last Lines:
…Þat we mow þorow hys mercy dede
In heuene haue a place
Note: Missing lines 1-22 of Prologue.
Attributed Title: Explycyt storya lune (p. 32)