- HERE IS FISH IN THE SEA, NO DOUBT OF IT,
AS GOOD AS EVER CAME OUT OF IT.
---W. S. Gilbert ( the 19th century English writer ).
As far as the FISH aspect of the Scientifically Bent Discovery, I have to submit as follows for the fish-catchers who may read the contents of the under-noted poem, originally written by an Unknown poet, and quoted by the 19TH century English biographer, scholar, and librarian, JAMES ORCHARD HALLIWELL, in his book, “Popular Rhymes” :
WHEN THE WIND IS IN THE EAST,
THEN THE FISHES BITE THE LEAST;
WHEN THE WIND IS IN THE WEST,
THEN THE FISHES BITE THE BEST;
WHEN THE WIND IS IN THE NORTH,
THEN THE FISHES DO COME FORTH;
WHEN THE WIND IS IN THE SOUTH,
IT BLOWS THE BAIT IN THE FISH-MOUTH.
(Posted on April 8, 2007, 10:05 am G. S. JOHAR)