== Commentary ==
Attributed to Sir Thomas Wyatt, this poem was entered by H8. The speaker complains of his love's fickleness, which was a common theme in medieval and early Tudor courtly love poetry. Wyatt adopts the French rondeau structure for his poem, a form which consists of thirteen lines, two stanzas of four lines, five lines in the last stanza, and a refrain that appears after each stanza. In this particular rondeau, Wyatt omits the refrain after the first stanza.
The two refrains following are aligned to the right.
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1 thou] Thou LEge41 haste] hast LEge41 eke] LEge41 2 bye good] by LEge41 3 the proverbe saith right] saieth a proverbe LEge41 4 everye thinkg] eche thing LEge41 sekith] seketh LEge41 semblable /] semblable LEge41 5 thyne] thyn LEge41 owne condicion] conditions LEge41 6 ys yt] is it LEge41 vppon] on LEge41 7 nother] nor LEge41 hot] hote LEge41 colde] cold LEge41 is my] ofis myn LEge41 8 sins] syns LEge41 thi] thyn LEge41 this] LEge41 mutable /] mutable LEge41 9 haste] hast LEge41 faith /] faith LEge41 10 demid] thought LEge41 trwe] true / LEge41 without] withoute LEge41 11 perceyve] perceve LEge41 dastrestiondiscretion] discretion LEge41 12 fasten] fasshion LEge41 so doblable] mutable LEge41 13 thye] thy LEge41 and variable /] & variable LEge41 14 without] withoute LEge41 occacion] occasion LEge41 15 thou] Thou LEge41