Gace Brulé was a French trouvère and a native of Champagne.
His name is simply a description of his Blazonry. He owned land in Groslière and had dealings with the Knights Templar, and received a gift from the future Louis VIII. These facts are known from documents from the time. The rest of his history has been extracted from his poetry.
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Gace Brulé Poems
The birds, the birds of mine own land I heard in Brittany; And as they sung, they seemed to me The very same I heard with thee.
This absence from my own country’s So long, it brings me to death’s door, I languish here, beyond the sea, Weary, in comfort and joy no more,
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The birds, the birds of mine own land
I heard in Brittany;
And as they sung, they seemed to me
The very same I heard with thee.
And if it were indeed a dream,
Such thoughts they taught my soul to frame
That straight a plaintive number came,
Which still shall be my song, Till that reward is mine which love hath promised long.