Early Morris Poems - "I Who am curious . . . Sir Jacques prayed . . .
"I Who am curious . . . Sir Jaques prayed . . .
B. L. Add. MS 74,255, ff. 1, 2, 11., ink, described by the B. L. as possibly a continuation of the previous poem. Murray groups this with "The Three Wooers" and "Mad as I was I stopped" as part of one poem.
"I who am curious about many things" (f. 2) does seem to precede "Sir Jacques prayed" (f. 10).
[order of fragments uncertain]
[B. L. Add. MS. 74,255, f. 2, fragment, possibly first in sequence]
[f. 10?, possibly second in sequence]
Sir Jaques prayed, then rose with a pale face,
[f. 3, fragment, possibly third in sequence]