„Out of five hundred who speak glibly of love, not one can spell the first letter of his name.“

Tel cinc cent parolent d'amur,
N'en sevent pas le pior tur,
Ne que est loiax druerie.
"Graelent", line 77; p. 149.
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Tel cinc cent parolent d'amur, N'en sevent pas le pior tur, Ne que est loiax druerie.

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