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User:Christian Trosclair/Translations/Anonymous 15thC Poem
Then from the part cut Strike down their short edge Invert the plunge cut when down below Therein seek and learn.
Your roses in a little wheel Suddenly withdraw engagements to give good opportunities
Approaching first, [then] pursuing is the snare Bouncing, overrunning and the slice
That is a general teaching Orient yourself thereupon
This enables you to know
What this art claims to prize.
- Schiller mit Sheitler
- Now in the fool
- to threaten the face
- on the way up
- unterhau counter
- Point sink counter
- exit with slice