All folks who pretend to religion and grace / Allow there's a Hell, but dispute of the place; / But, if Hell may by logical rules be defined / The place of the damned — I'll tell you my mind. / Wherever the damn'd do chiefly abound, / Most certainly there is Hell to be found; / Damn'd poets, damn'd critics, damn'd blockheads, damn'd knaves; / Damn'd senators bribed, damn'd prostitute slaves; / Damn'd lawyers and judges, damn'd lords and damn'd squires; / Damn'd spies and informers, damn'd friends and damn'd liars; / And Hell to be sure is at Paris or Rome. / How happy for us that it is not at home!
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This quote was added November 29, 2007.