I have to do a commentary on a medieval poem.
I cannot understand the last lines. These are:
"Women put on amazing airs,
it suits them so well to do it.
If I don't have my will of one,
I'll give up all this wealth of joys,
And flee straight to the woods."
If you know what they mean, please e-mail me.
Thenks a lot in advance
Women can adopt amazing appearances and mannerisms. The author, if he isn't successful in finding a woman for himself, will give up the joys and beauty of all women and head for a simple lonely life in the woods.