A verse from “The Candle Indoors,” in ‘Poems’ (1918), by Gerard Manley Hopkins:
“Come you indoors, come home; your fading fire
Mend first and vital candle in close heart’s vault:
You there are master, do your own desire;
What hinders? Are you beam-blind, yet to a fault
In a neighbor deft-handed? Are you that liar
And, cast by conscience out, spendsavor salt?