957 With valour and with curtesye.
958 The fourthe was cleped compaigny
959 That hevy forto shoten ys;
960 But who so shetith right, ywys,
961 May therwith doon grete harme and wo.
962 The fifte of these, and laste Also,
963 ffair semblaunt men that arowe calle,
964 The leest grevous of hem Alle;
965 Yit can it make a ful grete wounde,
966 But he may hope his soris sounde,
967 That hurt is with that arowe, ywys;
968 His wo the bette bistowed is.
969 ffor he may sonner have gladnesse,
970 Hir langour ought be the lesse.
971 Five arowis were of other gise,
972 That ben ful foule to devyse;
973 ffor shaft and ende, soth forto telle,
974 Were also blak as fende in helle.
975 The first of hem is called pride;
976 That other arowe next hym biside,
977 It was cleped vylanye;
978 That arowe was as with felonye
979 Envenymed, and with spitous blame.
980 The thridde of hem was clepe shame.