Readings for line KD.11.281

To serue god godeliche · ne greueth hym no penaunce
To seruen god goodliche  ne greueth hem no penaunce
To serue god goodlyche , ne greth hem no penaunce ,
To serue god goodliche . ne greueþ hym no penaunce
to serue god goodlyche · ne greueþ hym no penaunce
To seruen god goodlich · ne greues hym no penaunce
to seruve god godelyche ne greuvethe hym no pennance
To serue god goodlich  ne greueþ hym no penaunce
With eny wel or wo  /R.11.290: The scribe has left a vertical stroke to mark a position for inserting more text, indicating his awareness that something may be missing here.R.11.290: In alpha, KD11.280 (above) was followed by an extra half-verse punctuated as a separate line, as here; cf. F's to suffre wo for welthe.
To serue god godeliche  ne greueth hem no penaunce .
toF.8.283: Though we have taken the scribe to have intended to mark the first character on each line both as touched in red ink and capitalized, in this instance the contrast between this opening <t> and the capital form at the beginning of the next line is too great to leave without comment. As we have noted before, consistency in such matters is a more steady concern of modern editors than of medieval scribes. swiche as been in wille / to suffre wo / for welthe.
To serue god goodlyF.8.284: An otiose curl is written above the <d>. / ne greviþ hem no peyȝne.