Italian poet was born in Florence in 1425, the mother of Lorenzo de ‘Medici.
“I do not care more about you: I have taken strong branches, I do not answer because you call me, I will mock you. Enemy, I have now passed the dubious road; my Jesus has freed me, do not the one expected.
Grace I’ve had that I did not fall, no longer experience the bait and hooks;
I do not answer, because they call it, I’ll mock you.