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Unknown Medieval Poet
c. 10th Century


Theme:  Love and Romance



more Wine Poems of Medieval Europe at vintagewinepoems.com
A Sequence In Praise Of Wine (Symonds)
Dancing Girl of Syria
(Waddell)
The Abbot Adam of Angers
(Waddell)
The standing corn is green
by Sedulius Scottus      
     (Waddell)

There's No Lust Like To Poetry
(Symonds)

Poems with multiple translations:
Bacchic Frenzy
(Symonds)
To you, consummate drinkers
(Waddell)

The Confession of Golias
(Symonds)
The Confession Of The Archpoet
(Waddell)


Stop Button Clutter!
Come, sweetheart, come
Unknown Medieval Poet (c. 10th century)
translated by Helen Waddell (1889-1965), English poet

Come, sweetheart, come,
Dear as my heart to me,
Come to the room
I have made fine for thee.

Here there be couches spread,
Tapestry tented,
Flowers for thee to tread,
Green herbs sweet scented.

Here is the table spread,
Love, to invite thee,
Clear is the wine and red,
Love, to delight thee.

Sweet sounds the viol,
Shriller the flute,
A lad and a maiden
Sing to the lute.

He'll touch the harp for thee,
She'll sing the air,
They will bring wine for thee,
Choice wine and rare.


from Medieval Latin Lyrics (1928)


Medieval Latin Lyrics (1928)
by Helen Waddell
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