CC Antya 18.47

jāliyā kahe, — “ihāṅ eka manuṣya nā dekhila
jāla vāhite eka mṛtaka mora jāle āila
Synonyms: 
jāliyā kahe — the fisherman said; ihāṅ — here; eka — one; manuṣya — man; dekhila — I did not see; jāla vāhite — while I was working with the net; eka — one; mṛtaka — dead body; mora jāle — in my net; āila — came.
Translation: 
The fisherman replied, “I have not seen a single person here, but while casting my net in the water, I captured a dead body.