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The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
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New York, New York Public Library Drexel Fragments 4185
Number 6162-1
1.   f. i   We be maidens fair and gent
The song of the light ladies — one or two quatrains (aaab) and burden (bb): ‘The bell-a the bell-a we maydins beryth the bell-a / we maydins berth the bell-a the bell-a the bell-a’
Number 4994-6
2.   end flyleaf, verso    Somewhat musing
Earl Rivers, written while imprisoned at Pontrefact — five 8-line stanzas
Number 669-1
3.   end flyleaf, verso    As solemn as stately as strange toward me
Song of lover’s complaint — three-line fragment
Number 4876-1
4.   f. iv   Sister look that ye be not forlorn
Treble and alto parts of ‘The Bella’
Number 6328-1
5.   f. 159v   When I have pleased my lady now and then