Peire Cardenal (or Cardinal) (c. 1180 – c. 1278) was a troubadour (fl. 1204–1272) known for his satirical sirventes and his dislike of the clergy. Ninety-six (96) pieces of his remain, a number rarely matched by other poets of the age.
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“If some beggar steals a bridle
hell be hung by a man whos stolen a horse.
Theres no surer justice in the world than that
which makes the rich thief hang the poor one.”
—Peire Cardenal (c. 11801272)