It is nat honest, it may nat avaunce
Fór to deelen with no swich poraille,
But al with riche and selleres of vitaille.
(= It was not righteous, and will do no good / For [him] to deal with such paupers / But only with the rich, and sellers of victuals)
By contrast to the last few lines, St Francis only ministered to lepers. This Friar was SO wide of the mark.
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