Martin, thanks for asking. Since my father's terminal illness following years of dementia, I've moved back into my parents' house in my hometown for the indefinite time being, and am now looking after my mother with macular degeneration, a type of mild Parkinsonism, severe back pain, and chronic heart problems. My own books are still in boxes in storage, because my mom's books (equally numerous) take up all the shelving in our house. It's sad overall, because now that most books are electronic, we don't even know anyone to whom we could donate all our hard copies who would ever cherish them as much as we once did.
Even if we admittedly no longer take them out and read them. To be fair, I'm not sure I would have ever returned to Renaissance poetry or literary criticism during the pandemic, even if I could have. (-;
But with regard to the Donne poem: yes, of course there are many copies online, and actually, I remember the text and the general concept fairly well. But a carefully edited standard print edition would probably have a gloss explaining a generally accepted double-entendre, even if it's one I've totally forgotten. Speaking of dementia. /-: