The Canterbury Tales: The Squire's Introduction

"Squier, come neer, if it your wille be, And sey somwhat of love, for certes, ye Konnen theron as muche as any man." "Nay sir," quod he, "but I wol seye as I kan, With hertly wyl, for I wol nat rebelle Agayn your lust. A tale wol I telle, Have me excused if I speke amys; My wyl is good, and lo, my tale is this."

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