"Meditation 17" is one of the famous poems written by John Donne. The poem was about hearing the bell that rings when somebody dies and wondering whom the bell was ringing for. John stated in the end that the bell rings for everyone because the person who died was apart of his or her own life. John's most famous line from the poem "No Man is an Island, entire of itself" tells that people in life
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of the littlest things. People never seen or heard of are changing peoples' lives, some greater than others. Where would the world be now without people who affected the lives of many others? Every piece of the pie must be there for the pie to be a whole. However, the whole of a person is not made by having more of himself, but by everyone else in the world giving him a part of them.