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No man is he whom his fellow men spurn
And (at the same time) for fear of his malice number among the good
If a drunkard shows reluctance in generosity
All his fellow drunkards hold him to be a mean fellow.

 

HA 115

No man is he whom his fellow men spurn,
And (at the same time) for fear of his malice number among the good;
If a drunkard shows reluctance in generosity,
All his fellow drunkards hold him to be a mean fellow.

P 416

He is no man, to my thought, whom the folk hold in scorn and despite
And natheless repute him good for fear of his unright:
A toper with generous men who useth back-handedness
Topers all hold him a hand-back, to wit, a catamite.

Th 824

He is no man whom people all despise,
Yet they count good, fearing his injuries;
The drinker who withholds a generous hand,
Is a mean chap in every drinker's eyes.

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