Canterbury Tales: The Squire’s Prologue

Author: Geoffrey Chaucer  | Date: 1380

The Squire’s Prologue

Squire, come nearer, if your will it be,

And speak to us of love; for certainly

You know thereof as much as any man."

"Nay, sir," said he, "but I’ll do what I can

With hearty will; for I will not rebel

Against your wishes, but a tale will tell.

Hold me excused if I say aught amiss,

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