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Written by Francois Villon | Create an image from this poem

Ballade To Our Lady


Dame du ciel, regents terrienne, 
Emperiere des infemaux palus.
Lady of Heaven and earth, and therewithal Crowned Empress of the nether clefts of Hell,— I, thy poor Christian, on thy name do call, Commending me to thee, with thee to dwell, Albeit in nought I be commendable.
But all mine undeserving may not mar Such mercies as thy sovereign mercies are; Without the which (as true words testify) No soul can reach thy Heaven so fair and far.
Even in this faith I choose to live and die.
Unto thy Son say thou that I am His, And to me graceless make Him gracious.
Said Mary of Egypt lacked not of that bliss, Nor yet the sorrowful clerk Theopbilus, Whose bitter sins were set aside even thus Though to the Fiend his bounden service was.
Oh help me, lest in vain for me should pass (Sweet Virgin that shalt have no loss thereby!) The blessed Host and sacring of the Mass Even in this faith I choose to live and die.
A pitiful poor woman, shrunk and old, I am, and nothing learn'd in letter-lore.
Within my parish-cloister I behold A painted Heaven where harps and lutes adore, And eke an Hell whose damned folk seethe full sore: One bringeth fear, the other joy to me.
That joy, great Goddess, make thou mine to be,— Thou of whom all must ask it even as I; And that which faith desires, that let it see.
For in this faith I choose to live and die.
O excellent Virgin Princess! thou didst bear King Jesus, the most excellent comforter, Who even of this our weakness craved a share And for our sake stooped to us from on high, Offering to death His young life sweet and fair.
Such as He is, Our Lord, I Him declare, And in this faith I choose to live and die.
Dante Gabriel Rossetti, trans.
Written by Dorothy Parker | Create an image from this poem

D.G. Rossetti

 Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Buried all of his libretti,
Thought the matter over - then
Went and dug them up again.