I’m talking to the door, but I want the walls to hear me.
If you deal in camels, make the doors high.
Death is a camel that lies down at every door.
Never open a door that you can’t lock again.
The place of an unbidden guest is behind the door.
The door is always open to the bearer of gifts.
A fat kitchen is next door to poverty.
He must stoop that has a low door.
The golden key opens every door.
The mouth is the door of evil.
Walls have ears, paper sliding doors have eyes.
Folly lives next door to knowledge.
At open doors dogs come in.
When fortune knocks, open the door.
A silver hammer breaks an iron door.
Every door with its own key.