The Middle English Penitential Lyric; A Study and Collection of Early English Verse

The Middle English Penitential Lyric; A Study and Collection of Early English Verse

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1911 edition. Excerpt: ...well, Vr blisse is wel pe more. Ladi, qween of paradys, To pe we schullen calle, Godes Moder, wommon wys, And Mekest most of alle. Solue vincla reis, profer lumen cecis, mala nostra pelle, bona cuncta posce. Gulti bondes here vnbynd, Vr gultes ben to fele; Seend hem siht pa.t here aren blynd, pou bring vs to pi wele; Put a-wey vr wikked wynt, Vr synful lyf pou heele; Alle goodes aske and grynt, And sent vs of pa.t Meole. Ladi, nou pa.t hit is pus, Help we weore vnbounde; Godes Moder, prei for vs To him wij blodi wounde. We han agult, vnbynd us here, Wip Merci fond vs fede; Send pe blynde, lokyng clere, To hele us here tak hede; COME, SHTJPPERE, HOLY GOST 44. (B PI a 6) Porkington MS. No. 10. Come, shuppere, Holy Gost, of feth oure thouhtes Vul wyth grace of hevene, heortes that thou wrouhtest; Thou that art cleped vorspekere, and yft vrom God y-send, Weolle of lyf vur charite and gostlych oynement. Thou yfst the sevene yftes, thou vinger of Godes honde, 5 Thou makest tonge of vlese speke leodene of uche londe, Send lyht in oure wyttes, in oure heortes love; Ther oure body is leothe-wok, yf strengthe vrom above; Shyld ous vrom the veonde, and yl ous gryth anon, That woe wyten ous vrom sunne thorou the lodesmon. Of the vader and the sone thou yf ous knoulechinge, To leve that vel of in bothe thou ever boe woninge. Woele to the vader, and to the sone that vrom deth aros, And also thes Holy Gost ever worshipe and los. A PRAYER FOR GRACE 45. (B /? I a 7) Brit. Mus. Royal MS. 17 B. XVII. Ihesu myne, graunte me di grace, and of amendment might & space, ji word to kepe & do pi wille, jo gode to chese & leeue po ille, and jat hit so may be, Gode ihesu, graunt hit me. Amen. TO pE GUDE ANGELL 46. (B P I a 8) Balliol MS. 354. O angell dere, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 54 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 113g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236509706
  • 9781236509703