And pere in his presens the while hym playe liketh
And peer in his presence · ther while hym playe likeþ.
And peren in his presens þere while hym plei
& a-peren in his absenseF.1.164: F's addition of vus in the b-verse shows that the revision of Bx's presence to absense was intended. / þe while vus pleye lykeþ.