3 Dame d’onnour et de tous biens garnye

Anonymous, Oxford Can. Misc. 213

Dame d’onnour et de tous biens garnye,
Veullies pour dieu de moy avoir pite,

Car de lonc temps ne fu jour ne nuytie
Que ne pensasse a vo finne beaute

En laquelle n’a point de fausete,
Mais tout honnour, amiste et plaisir.
Gueris seroy s’ele peusse veïr.



Lady of honor and blessed with all good things,
Would you, for God, have pity on me,

For so long there has not been a night nor a day
That I did not contemplate your fine beauty

In which there is no falsity,
But all honor, friendship and pleasure.
Healed I shall be if I may see her!