¶ Þe kirke shal haue my caroigne · and kepe my bones
The kyrke shal haue my carene , and kepe my bones ,
¶ The kirke shal haue my caroyne . and kepe my bones
¶ The kurkeHm.6.93: This unusual spelling probably reflects the scribe's intent. He manifests a tendency to avoid the /k/ forms with
just six instances in the poem to the twenty-one in L, nineteen in M, and twenty in W. The form probably is by analogy with
rounded forms in church. schal haue my careyne · and kepe my bonys
¶ The kirke shal haue my cariogne · and kepe my bones
¶ Þe kyrke schal haue my carayne and kepe myn bones .