A Devil obliquely references honey in April’s Exceptional Story, The Heart, the Devil and the Zee:
"The soul is less free when caged in flesh, the prisoner of earthly needs. Boethius, I believe."
The full quote from this 6th century Roman philosopher (in an 18th century translation) is even more interesting, especially in light of the same season’s The Clay Man’s Arm:
"Heavenly substances, who are exalted above us, have an enlightened judgment, an incorruptible will, and a power ever at command effectually to accomplish their desires. With regard to man, his immaterial spirit is also free; but it is most at liberty, when employed in the contemplation of the divine mind; it becomes less so, when it is entered into a body; and is still more restrained, when it is imprisoned in a terrestrial habitation, composed of members of clay […]
As Homer says of the sun, it sees every thing, and hears every thing."
There follows poetry which compares the Sun unfavorably to God, for the Sun’s rays "Reach not Tellus’ hidden caves"