A large group of swans lived in a small pond. Two of these swans were very much in love.
Among them lived a swan with an orange beak and whenever he saw the two swans together he felt very much alone.
The orange-beaked swan longed to be in love like the other two swans. Because of this he found himself watching the pen (female swan) at a distance all the time.
He watched her and watched her and his desire for her grew and grew.
The ducks caught him staring at the pen one day and told the cob (male swan) what they saw.
The cob came to the orange-beaked swan with all his other swan friends and they banished him from the pond.
The swan flew away to find another place to live.
The Ninth Commandment: You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife.