The Wife of Bath
Tiara Bianco & Britney Levitre
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Should offering make before her, on my life;
And if one did, indeed, so wroth was she
It put her out of all her charity.
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Three times she'd journeyed to Jerusalem;
And many a Foreign stream she'd had to stem;
At Rome she'd been, and she'd been in Boulogne,
In Spain at Santiago, and at Cologne.
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The Remedies of love she knew, perchance,
For of that art she'd learned the old, old dance.
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There was a housewife come from Bath, or near,
Who - sad to say - was deaf in either ear.
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At making cloth she had so great a bent
She bettered those of Ypres and even of Ghent.
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Bold was her face, and fair, and red of hue.
She'd been respectable throughout her life,
Adjectives That Describe The Wife of Bath