. . . since the solemn time allows To choose the object of our vows, Boldly I dare profess my flame, Proud to be yours by any name.
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Source Notes: 1415. In The Valentine and Its Origins (1969). After the Battle of Agincourt (1415), in which he commanded troops, Charles was imprisoned in the Tower of London, from which he sent this poem to his wife Dorinda. The date of the poem is circa 1415. For 25 years Charles lived in England, where he composed courtly poetry in both French and English.
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