SEA FULL OF WHALES by Richard Armour

SEA FULL OF WHALES

By
Email this review

KIRKUS REVIEW

He asks but to swim with his friends and relations, Enjoying the ocean, Not just on vacations. . . . He's huge, but he's gentle, you cannot deny: As peaceful as you And as peaceful as I."" In a sense that is strained, And in verse that won't scan, Armour does a disservice To whales and to man. Whether ruthless or toothless Or Narwhal or Right, Such species of humor Are less than delight.

Pub Date: June 3rd, 1974
Publisher: McGraw-Hill