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Quidam mollior anseris medulla
furatum venit huc amore poenae:
furetur licet usque, non videbo.

One than a goose's marrow softer far,
Comes hither stealing for its penalty's sake:
Steal he as please him: I will see him not.

A certain one, more tender than the marrow of a goose, comes hither thieving for love of the punishment.[1] He may steal when he fists, I shall not see him.

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