|Have a good knight|
A goodly knight, all arms in harness meet,He’s well armored. That gives the Archimage an idea, though how he prepared for this one, the poem doesn’t make clear. Okay, he tells Sir Guyon that he saw a fair maiden attacked by a knight.
That from his head no place appeared to his feete.
When that lewd rybauld, with vyle lust advaunst,
Laid first his filthie hands on virgin cleene.
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