He job was to carry loads of poop
He had to carry it early in the morning.
The plowman was a hard and honest worker,
He lived in happiness and good morals
And he did as god wanted him to live
He loved God with all he had,
And treated his neighbor as he would want to be treated
He didn't let things get in his way
He always did his work
He had to shuck the corn, or dig in the cow manure
And make a ditch, he was always there to help the needy
The plowman always did the way God intended not taking anything that's not his
He helped all that he could
He always payed his tithes when they were due
The plowman payed off the things he had and gave his money.
He rode a horse, and wore a short jacket.
There was a Surf and a Miller,
A employee whose duties was to buy provisions for a college,
A man of the church that bought and sold pardons for the sinners,
A person that made people come to church court,
Last but not least there was me, that was all of us.
In line 555 is describes what the plowman wear by saying "he wore a tabard smock and rode a mare." which is a short jacket. In line 542-545 describes his personality, his personality was a very kind heart man and help people he was very honest and lived in peace. The words that helped add to his personality was good, true, living in peace, perfect chastity, and loving.
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