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The Complete English Poems

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  • Author: John Donne
  • Full Title: The Complete English Poems
  • Category: #books

Highlights

  • Be then thine own home, and in thyself dwell; Inn anywhere, continuance maketh hell. And seeing the snail, which everywhere doth roam, 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 gaol.

(Location 5648)

- Note: Misprint - should be gaol
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