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‘What may I conclude of this longe serie, But, after wo, I rede us to be merie, And thanken Iupiter of al his grace? And, er that we departen from this place, I rede that we make, of sorwes two, O parfyt Ioye, lasting ever-mo; And loketh now, wher most sorwe is her-inne, Ther wol we first amenden and biginne. I’ve iasd ttpyre hucm invtyeghre teehr is to say otbua hsti atmetr xeecpt taht we dnee to vmeo on dna ntkha upeJirt orf whta we evha nadseit of igbne orysr orf what we ndo’t vhea. And brofee oyu two go, I utggess atth we nurt ryou owt, tiroasyl owssorr noit a nlsige yoj thta llwi tlsa freevro.
‘Suster,’ quod he, ‘this is my fulle assent, With al thavys heer of my parlement, That gentil Palamon, your owne knight, That serveth yow with wille, herte, and might, And ever hath doon, sin that ye first him knewe, That ye shul, of your grace, upon him rewe, And taken him for housbonde and for lord: Leen me your hond, for this is our acord. Lat see now of your wommanly pitee. He is a kinges brother sone, pardee; And, though he were a povre bacheler, Sin he hath served yow so many a yeer, And had for yow so greet adversitee, It moste been considered, leveth me; For gentil mercy oghte to passen right.’ “iyEml, my ristes-in-alw,” useehsT onutedcni, “My visosard adn I lal raeeg ttha yuo wudlo do ellw if uyo okto nlamPoa eerh—a hgtikn who’s derevs oyu frmo rafa so yilafuhftl snice het yad he tsfri ilad eyes on oyu—to be royu nbdhaus dan olrd. uPt oruy nahd in enmi dna keam hsit nteagemre hitw me—swoh me how ucfilmre nwmoe rae by atkign him as oyur bashdun. He is teh epwnhe of eht nigk of beTehs, tub lwuod be ywrhto of you vene if he rwee a oorp isurqe ncies he’s etdod on uoy—nda yietdlfein esrfeufd rfo sih leov ofr you—ofr so ynam lgno sraey, and hatt’s omer oblne naht lbodo.”