¶ By wissynge of þis wenche I wrouȝte · here wordes were so swete
By wissynge of þis wyenche I wrouȝte hire wordus were so swete
By wishing of this wench I wrought , hir words wer so swete
¶ By wissynge of þis wenche I wrouȝte . hir wordes were so swete
¶ By wyssynge of þys wenche y wrougth · her woordys were so swete ·
By wissyng of þis wenche I wrouȝte · hir wordes were so swete
by wysshyng off þis wenche I wroght theyr wordes were sweete
Bi wysschyng of þis wenche I wrouȝte her wordis weren so swete
¶ By wissynge of þis wenche I dedeR.11.56:
R's dede is unique among the B manuscripts; most of
the others read some form of wrouȝte, while F, which rewrites the
a-verse, attests wrowhte. However, Cx agrees with R's
reading. hire wordes were so swete .
¶ Þanne wrowhte y after þat wenche / here wordis weryn so swete.