CC Antya 6.50

“nikaṭe nā āisa, corā, bhāga’ dūre dūre
āji lāg pāñāchi, daṇḍimu tomāre
Word for word: 
nikaṭe — nearby; āisa — you do not come; corā — thief; bhāga’ — you go away; dūre dūre — a long distance; āji — today; lāg pāñāchi — I have caught; daṇḍimu tomāre — I shall punish you.
Translation: 
“You are just like a thief, for instead of coming near, you stay away at a distant place. Now that I have captured you, I shall punish you.