The Digital Index of Middle English Verse
NIMEV TM 1091
Nought to like thou me to lack
Percival, Premonstratensian Canon at Coverham Abbey, Yorkshire, a colophon at
the end of a nineteen-foot prayer roll — ten couplets
Author(s): Percival, Premonstratensian Canon at Coverham Abbey,
1.Source: New York, Pierpont Morgan Library G39
Noghte to lyke þou me to lake
ffor this schrowyll by hynd ony
Bot whare ȝe fynde that I offende
I pray þow mekely it
…My name it was percevall
Ihesu to þe blys he bryng vs
Note: Colophon, ten couplets.
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