Mystic poetry

From “Elusive Elements in Practice (Psychology, Psychoanalysis & Psychotherapy Book 3)” by Bernardine Bishop, Angela Foster, Josephine Klein, Victoria O’Connell

“”Grant, I may not like puddle lie In a corrupt security, Where, if a traveller water crave, He finds it dead, and in a grave; But as this restless, vocal spring All day and night doth run, and sing, And, though here born, yet is acquainted Elsewhere, and flowing keeps untainted; So let me all my busy age In thy free services engage …” Vaughan, “The Dawning”, 1622-1695″

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