7335 Thanne was ther nought, but 'evy man
7336 Now to assaut, that sailen can,'
7337 Quod love, 'and that full hardyly.'
7338 Thanne armed they hem comunly
7339 Of sich armour as to hem felle.
7340 Whanne the were armed, fers and felle,
7341 They wente hem forth, all in a route,
7342 And set the castel al Aboute;
7343 They will nought away, for no drede,
7344 Til it so be that they ben dede,
7345 Or till they have the castel take.
7346 And foure batels they gan make,
7347 And parted hem in foure Anoon,
7348 And toke her way, and forth they gone,
7349 The foure gates forto Assaile,
7350 Of whiche the kepers wole not faile;
7351 ffor they ben neithir sike ne dede,
7352 But hardy folk, and stronge in dede.
7353 Now wole I seyn the coutynaunce
7354 Of falssemblant, and Abstynaunce,
7355 That ben to wikkid tonge went.
7356 But first they heelde her plement,
7357 Whether it to done were
7358 To maken hem be knowen there,