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"It is our old manner," said Rob-in, "To leave but little behind."
The monk took the horse with spur, No longer would he abide.
"Ask to drink," then said Rob-in, "Ere that ye further ride."
"Nay, fore God," then said the monk, "Me reweth I came so near, For better cheap I might have dined, In Blyth or in Doncastere."
"Greet well your abbot," said Rob-in, "And your prior, I you pray, And bid him send me such a monk To dinner every day!"
Now let we that monk be still, And speak we of that knight, Yet he came to hold his day While that it was light. He did him straight to Barnisdale, Under the green wood tree, And he found there Robin Hood, And all his merry meyn-e. The knight light downe of his good palfr-ey, Rob-in when he gan see. So courteysly he did adown his hood, And set him on his knee.
"God thee save, good Robin Hood, And all this company."
"Welcome be thou, gentle knight, And right welc-ome to me." Then bespake him Robin Hood, To that knight so free, "What need driveth thee to green wood? I pray thee, sir knight, tell me. And welcome be thou, gentle knight, Why hast thou be so long?"
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