(55) And then for euer to abide, then you my heart haue wonne. ¶ Time + is to trie me, as ech be tried must, [Le]ting you know while life doth last, (60) I wil not be vniust, And if I should I would to God, to hell my soule should beare. And eke also that Belzebub, with teeth he should me teare. (65) ¶ Roses is to rule me. with reason as you will, For to be still obedient, your minde for to fulfill: And thereto will not disagree, (70) in nothing that you say: But will content your mind truely, in all things that I may. ¶ Ieliflowers + is for gentlenesse, which in me shall remaine: (75) Hoping that no sedition shal, depart our hearts in twaine. As soone the sunne shal loose his course, the moone against her kinde, Shall haue no light, if that I do (80) once put you from my minde. ¶ Carnations is for gratiousnesse, marke that now by the way, Haue no regard to flatterers, nor passe not what they say.