"One day as he came riding from the river He saw a maiden walking all forlorn Ahead of him, alone as she was born. And of that maiden, spite of all she said, By very force he took her maidenhead."
"'Yet you shall live if you can answer me: What is the thing that women most desire? Beware the axe and say as I require. If you can't answer on the moment, though, I will concede you this: You are to go A twelvemonth and a day to seek and learn Sufficient answer, then you shall return."
"He took his leave and went. He knocked at every house, searched every place, Yes, anywhere that offered hope of grace."
"Betray me not, O water, with thy sound! To thee alone I tell it: it appears My husband has a pair of ass's ears! Ah! My heart's well again, the secret's out!"
"As he rode home in a dejected mood Suddenly, ar the margin of a wood, He saw a dance upon the leafy floor of four and twenty ladies, nay, and more...Before he came to where they were, Dances and dance all vanished into the air!"
"Dear Mother, alack the day! I am as good as dead if I can't say What thing it is that women most desire; If you could tell me I would pay your hire."
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