To wette yowr Iye withouten teare

1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 05r

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 f. [5r]

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 1    To wette yowr Iye with{w+t+}houten teare
2    and in good helth to faine desease
3    that you ther be myn eyne myght bleyr
4    therw yowr {therewith} other freindes to please
5    and thoo ye thinke ye ned not ferfeare
6    yet f so ye can not me apease
7    but as ye list faine flater or golse
8    ye shall not wynne yf I do lose

4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 9    prat and paint and spre not
10    ye knowe I can me worke
11    and if be ye canrre not1
12    be sure I do not reke
13    and thowe ye swere it were not
14    I can bothe swere and speke
15    by god and by this crvsse
16    yf I haue the moke ye shall haue the loss

Notes & Glosses

5 Leave a comment on paragraph 5 0 1. The n is overwritten by an r. ­


6 Leave a comment on paragraph 6 0 Attributed to Sir Thomas Wyatt (Rebholz 1978, 237), this poem was entered by H1. The poet describes a lover’s awareness of his mistress’ duplicity.

1. Textual Notes

Texts Collated

7 Leave a comment on paragraph 7 0 DBLa19


8 Leave a comment on paragraph 8 0 1      yowr] your DBla19     Iye] yee DBla19     withouten] withoutyn DBla19
2      good helth to] goodhelthe to DBla19     faine] fayne DBla19     desease] dyssease DBla19
3      ther be] therby DBla19     eyne] yee DBla19     bleyr] bleare DBla19
4      therwtherewith] therwith DBla19     yowr] your DBla19     other]  DBla19     freindes] ffrendes DBla19
5      thoo] thoughe DBla19     tyhinke] thynk DBla19     feare] ffeare DBla19
6      f]  DBla19     can not] cannot DBla19
7      ye] you DBla19     list] lyst DBla19     faine flater] ffayne fflatyr DBla19     golse] glose DBla19
8      ye] you DBla19     wynne] wyn DBla19     lose] losse DBla19
9      prat] Prat DBla19     paint] paynt DBla19     spre] spare DBla19
10      worke] wreke DBla19
11      if] yf DBla19     canrre] car DBla19
12      sure] suer DBla19     reke] recke DBla19
13      thowe] thoughe DBla19     it] yt DBla19
14      speke] speake DBla19
15      this] the DBla19     crvsse] crosse DBla19 DBla19
16      yf] If DBla19     moke] mocke DBla19     the] it the DBla19     loss] worse DBla19

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