The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
Found Records:
Oxford, Bodleian Library Don. C.13
Linguistic note: McIntosh, Samuels, and Benskin (1986) and Benskin, Laing, Karaiskos, and Williamson (2013) LP 412 (NRY: Hand A, f. 1-162v); 1.147 (NRY: Hand B, f. 162v to end).
Number 671-1
1.   ff. 162va-165va   As that a great clerk shows in his books
The Lay Folk’s Catechism, by John de Gaytryge (or Gaysteke, Caterige, etc.), in alliterative unrhymed verse
Number 2197-1
2.   f. 165va-b   I heard an harping on a hill as I lay under lind
A chanson d’aventure song of the Passion with symbolic letters — six 6-line stanzas with ‘O and I’ refrain
Number 3387-2
3.   f. 165vb-166ra   Man thus on Rood I hang for thee / Forsake thy sin for love of me
‘How Crist spekes tyll synfull man of his gret mercy’ — six 6-line stanzas
Number 201-1
4.   f. 165vb   Abide good man and hold your peace / And hear what God Himselven says until
Appeal of Christ to man, ‘O vos omnes qui transitis’, etc. — three 6-line stanzas
Number 1722-1
5.   f. 166ra   Hail Jesu my creator of sorrowing medecine
A hymn to Jesus — seven mono-riming quatrains with medial rhymes
Number 2877-1
6.   f. 166ra   Jesu my lief Jesu my love Jesu my coveting
A song of Love Longing, possibly by Richard Rolle — eleven couplets with numerous medial rimes
Number 5071-1
7.   f. 166rb   Sweet Jesu Christ to Thee / A sinful wretch I yield me
A series of petitions to Jesus, the Virgin Mary, Angels, Apostles, etc. — forty-six long lines
Number 5638-1
8.   f. 166va   Think man whereof thou art wrought
A mystical poem — seven l0-line stanzas with an ‘O and I’ refrain