John Donne



Be thou thine own home, and in thyself dwell; Inn anywhere, continuance maketh hell. And seeing the snail, which everywhere doth roam [50]  Carrying his own house still, still is at home, Follow (for he is easy paced) this snail, Be thine own palace, or the world’s thy jail. — location: 4699 ^ref-25639

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