Grievous was this time to them, but the youth bethought him that it was better to endure this evil than to make haste over much only to fail; yet was he brought to sore anguish through love. And it fell on a time that the damoiseau who was so fair and... Tales from the Old French - Page 281910 - 264 pagesFull view
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Patricia King, Gina Sigillito, Sile Deady - History - 2004 - 211 pages
...loyally each loved the other, yet they concealed it the best they might, that none should know therof. Grievous was this time to them, but the youth bethought...love. And it fell on a time that the damoiseau who so fait and valiant came unto his love, and speaking, made her his plait. Piteously he besought her...