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John Donne Quote: “Poor intricated soul! Riddling, perplexed, labyrinthical soul!”
John Donne Quote: “To an incompetent judge I must not lie, but I may be silent; to a competent I must answer.”
John Donne Quote: “Licence my roving hands, and let them go Before, behind, between, above, below.”
John Donne Quote: “I have done one braver thing than all the Worthies did, and yet a braver thence doth spring, which is, to keep that hid.”
John Donne Quote: “God employs several translators; some pieces are translated by age, some by sickness, some by war, some by justice.”
John Donne Quote: “So in a voice, so in a shapeless flame, Angels affect us often.”
John Donne Quote: “Kind pity chokes my spleen.”
John Donne Quote: “There is no health; physicians say that we, at best, enjoy but neutrality.”
John Donne Quote: “But think that we Are but turned aside to sleep.”
John Donne Quote: “And to ’scape stormy days, I choose an everlasting night.”
John Donne Quote: “God himself took a day to rest in, and a good man’s grave is his Sabbath.”
John Donne Quote: “As virtuous men pass mildly away, and whisper to their souls to go, whilst some of their sad friends do say, the breath goes now, and some say no.”
John Donne Quote: “Festive alcohol sometimes leads to an excess of honesty.”
John Donne Quote: “Women are like the arts, forced unto none, Open to all searchers, unprized, if unknown.”
John Donne Quote: “Keep us, Lord, so awake in the duties of our calling that we may sleep in thy peace and wake in thy glory.”
John Donne Quote: “He must pull out his own eyes, and see no creature, before he can say, he sees no God; He must be no man, and quench his reasonable soul, before he can say to himself, there is no God.”
John Donne Quote: “God affords no man the comfort, the false comfort of Atheism: He will not allow a pretending Atheist the power to flatter himself, so far, as to seriously think there is no God.”
John Donne Quote: “If I dream I have you, I have you, for all our joys are but fantastical.”
John Donne Quote: “Reason is our soul’s left hand, Faith her right, By these we reach divinity.”
John Donne Quote: “I count all that part of my life lost which I spent not in communion with God, or in doing good.”
John Donne Quote: “Affliction is a treasure, and scarce any man hath enough of it.”
John Donne Quote: “That soul that can reflect upon itself, consider itself, is more than so.”
John Donne Quote: “Let man’s soul be a sphere, and then, in this, The intelligence that moves, devotion is.”
John Donne Quote: “Love is a growing, or full constant light; And his first minute, after noon, is night.”
John Donne Quote: “Sleep is pain’s easiest salve, and doth fulfill all the offices of death, except to kill.”
John Donne Quote: “Let me arrest thy thoughts; wonder with me, why plowing, building, ruling and the rest, or most of those arts, whence our lives are blest, by cursed Cain’s race invented be, and blest Seth vexed us with Astronomy.”
John Donne Quote: “To rage, to lust, to write to, to commend, All is the purlieu of the god of love.”
John Donne Quote: “Since you would save none of me, I bury some of you.”
John Donne Quote: “It is too little to call man a little world; Except God, man is a diminutive to nothing.”
John Donne Quote: “Twice or thrice had I loved thee before I knew thy face or name, so in a voice, so in a shapeless flame, angels affect us oft, and worshiped be.”
John Donne Quote: “All other things to their destruction draw, Only our love hath no decay...”
John Donne Quote: “The flea, though he kill none, he does all the harm he can.”
John Donne Quote: “The sun must not set upon anger, much less will I let the sun set upon the anger of God towards me.”
John Donne Quote: “But he who loveliness within Hath found, all outward loathes, For he who color loves, and skin, Loves but their oldest clothes.”
John Donne Quote: “Man hath weaved out a net, and this net throwne upon the Heavens, and now they are his own.”
John Donne Quote: “Verse hath a middle nature: heaven keeps souls, The grave keeps bodies, verse the fame enrols.”
John Donne Quote: “Our critical day is not the very day of our death; but the whole course of our life.”
John Donne Quote: “To roam Giddily, and be everywhere but at home, Such freedom doth a banishment become.”
John Donne Quote: “Chastity is not chastity in an old man, but a disability to be unchaste.”
John Donne Quote: “I did best when I had least truth for my subjects.”
John Donne Quote: “I do not love a man, except I hate his vices, because those vices are the enemies, and the destruction of that friend whom I love.”
John Donne Quote: “I wonder, by my troth, what thou and I Did, till we lov’d?”
John Donne Quote: “This only is charity, to do all, all that we can.”
John Donne Quote: “Art is the most passionate orgy within man’s grasp.”
John Donne Quote: “How imperfect is all our knowledge!”
John Donne Quote: “That thou remember them, some claim as debt; I think it mercy, if thou wilt forget.”
John Donne Quote: “Who knows his virtues name or place, hath none.”
John Donne Quote: “As peace is of all goodness, so war is an emblem, a hieroglyphic, of all misery.”
John Donne Quote: “Lust-bred diseases rot thee.”
John Donne Quote: “What gnashing is not a comfort, what gnawing of the worm is not a tickling, what torment is not a marriage bed to this damnation, to be secluded eternally, eternally, eternally from the sight of God?”
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