He koude songes make and wel endite,
Juste and eek daunce, and weel purtreye and write.
(= he could write songs, and inscribe well / Joust, and also dance, and draw, and write)
Our Squire was obviously a bit of a creative cat.
Again, the focus on his non-knightly talents calls into question whether he will make the grade.
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