The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
Found Records:
Oxford, Bodleian Library Rawlinson A.389 (SC 11272)
Linguistic note: McIntosh, Samuels, and Benskin (1986) and Benskin, Laing, Karaiskos, and Williamson (2013) 1.150 (Staffs: Hand A, ff. 13-20); LP 21 (Lancs: Hand B, ff. 77-81); 1.150 (Notts: Hand B, ff. 81-84).
Number 5978-3
1.   ff. 13-20v   To Gods worship that dear us bought
Maydestone’s version of the Seven Penitential Psalms — in 8-line stanzas (abababab)
Number 3617-2
2.   ff. 80v-81   My king the water greet / and the blood he sweat
Meditacio de passione’ in the treatise, Ego dormio — 41 rhyming lines in various stanzaic patterns
Number 3290-5
3.   f. 90v   Loved be thou king and thanked be thou king
Form of Living
Number 6482-5
4.   f. 91v   When will thou come and comfort me
Quia amore langueo
Number 2286-1
5.   f. 95v   I sleep and my heart wakes / Who shall to my leman say
Three rhyming lines in Rolle’s Ego Dormio
Number 357-2
6.   f. 96   All perishes and passes that we with eye see
First lyric inserted in Rolle’s Ego Dormio — 8 or 10 irregular alliterative lines
Number 3651-2
7.   ff. 98v-99   My song is in singing / My life is in longing
Cantus Amoris,’ rhyming lines in the treatise, Ego dormio — 93 lines in varying meters and stanzaic patterns including long-line couplets with or without medial rhyme, monorhyming 3-6-line stanzas, and a six-line stanza aabccb
Number 422-2
8.   ff. 99ra-104va   Almighty God in Trinity
Stimulus Conscientie Minor’ — in 8-line stanzas with Latin prose sub-headings of varying lengths
Number 2940-6
9.   ff. 104va-105rb   Jesu thy sweetness who so might it see
A Song of Love to Jesus — fourteen 8-line stanzas (abababab)
Number 1511-1
10.   f. 105v   Give where gifts may avail
A moral couplet