In þe Wyldrenesse of Wyrale

Lines 698 to 702 of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight:

alle þe iles of anglesay on lyft half he haldez
and farez ouer þe fordez by þe forlondez
ouer at þe holy hede til he hade eft bonk
in þe wyldrenesse of wyrale wonde þer bot lyte
þat auþer god oþer gome wyth goud hert louied

And again, in translation:

He kept the Isles of Angelsey on his left, and fared over the fords by the forelands at the Holyhead hill, until he landed in the wilderness of the Wirral. Few that lived there loved God or man with a good heart.