Isaac

Isaac
Com nere son and kys me,1
that I may feyle the smell of the.2
The smell of my son is lyke3
to a feld with flouris, or hony bike.4
where art thou, Esaw, my son?5
Jacob
here, fader, and askis youre benyson.6
Isaac
The blyssyng my fader gaf to me,7
god of heuen & I gif the;8
God gif the plente grete,9
of wyne, of oyll, and of whete;10
And graunt thi childre all11
to worship the, both grete and small;12
who so the blyssys, blyssed be he;13
who so the waris, wared be he.14
Now has thou my grete blyssyng,15
loue the shall all thyne ofspryng;16
Go now wheder thou has to go.17
Jacob
Graunt mercy, sir, I will do so.18
Esau
haue, ete, fader, of myn huntyng,19
And gif me sythen your blyssyng.20
Isaac
Who is that?21
Esau
I, youre son
Esaw, bryngis you venyson.22
Isaac
Who was that was right now here,23
And broght me bruet of a dere?24
I ete well, and blyssyd hym;25
And he is blyssyd, ich a lym.26
Esau
Alas! I may grete and sob.27
Isaac
Thou art begylyd thrugh iacob,28
That is thyne awne german brother.29
Esau
haue ye kepyd me none other30
Blyssyng then ye set hym one?31
Isaac
sich another haue I none;32
Bot god gif the to thyn handband,33
the dew of heuen & frute of land.34
Other then this can I not say.35
Esau
Now, alas, and walo-way!36
May I with that tratoure mete,37
my faders dayes shall com with grete,38
And my moders also;39
may I hym mete, I shall hym slo.40
Rebecca
Isaac it were my deth41
If Iacob weddeth in kynd of heth;42
I will send hym to aran,43
there my brothere dwellys, laban;44
And there may he serue in peasse45
till his brother’s wrath will seasse.46
why shuld, I apon a day47
loyse both my sonnes? better nay.48
Isaac
Thou says soth, wife; call hym heder,49
And let vs tell hym where & wheder50
That he may fle esaw,51
that vs both hetis bale to brew.52
Rebecca
Iacob, son! thi fader & I53
wold, speke with the; com, stand, vs by!54
Out of contry must thou fle,55
that Esaw slo not the.56
Jacob
Whederward, shuld, I go, dame?57
Rebecca
To mesopotameam;58
To my brothere, and thyn eme,59
that dwellys besyde Iordan streme;60
And ther may thou with hym won,61
to Esaw, myne other son,62
fforget, and all his wrath be dede.63
Jacob
I will go, fader, at youre rede.64
Isaac
Yei, son, do as thi moder says;65
Com kys vs both, & weynd thi ways.66
Jacob
Haue good day, sir and dame!67
Isaac
God sheld, the, son, from syn and shame!68
Rebecca
And gif the grace, good man to be,69
And send me glad tythygis to the.70


2016 Nov 11  15:38:41