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With damsells brave he maye well goe,

The married man cannot doe so, If he be merie and toy with any,

His wife will frowne, and words geve manye;

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Then tooke I paper, penne and ynke

This prouerbe for to write, In regelter for to remaine

Of such a worthie wight

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She saied that neither king ne prince,

Ne lord could liue aright,
Untill their puillance they did proue

Their manhode and their might.
When manhode shal be matched so

That feare can take no place,
Then wearie works makes warriours

Eche other to embrace,
And leaue their forse that failed them,

Which did consume the rout,
That might before haue liued their ty me

And their fulle nature out:
Then did she fyng as one that thought

No man could her reproue,
The falling out of faithfull frendes.
Renuing is of loue.

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