The Wasp and the Snake

Chappell, Fred
October 2017
Modern Age;Fall2017, Vol. 59 Issue 4, p45
Academic Journal
The poem “The Wasp and the Snake" by Fred Chappell is presented. First Line: Did he perceive the Snake to be; Last Line: That scar our souls until we die.


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