Quotation by Andrew Young

I cannot think this creature died
By storm or fish or sea-fowl harmed
Walking the sea so heavily armed;
Or does it make for death to be
Oneself a living armoury?
Andrew Young (1885–1971), British poet. The Dead Crab (l. 10–14). . .

Oxford Book of Death, The. D. J. Enright, ed. (1987) Oxford University Press.
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