933 And it was peynted wel and twythen,
934 And over al diapred and writen
935 With ladyes and with bacheleris,
936 ffull lyghtsom and glad of cheris.
937 These bowes two helde swete lokyng,
938 That semede lyk no gadelyng.
939 And ten brode arowis hilde he there,
940 Of which v in his righthond were.
941 But they were shaven wel and dight,
942 Nokked and fethered right;
943 And all they were with gold bygoon,
944 And stronge peynted everychoon,
945 And sharp forto kerven well.
946 But iren was ther noon ne steell;
947 ffor al was golde, men myght it see,
948 Outake the fetheres and the tree.
949 The swiftest of these arowis fyve
950 Out of a bowe forto dryve,
951 And best fethered for to flee,
952 And fairest eke, was clepid Beaute.
953 That other arowe, that hurteth lasse,
954 Was clepid, as I trowe, symplesse.
955 The thridde cleped was ffraunchise,
956 That fethered was, in noble wise,