Can't You See it Coming?

Piercy, Marge
December 2006
Monthly Review: An Independent Socialist Magazine;Dec2006, Vol. 58 Issue 7, p60
The article presents the poem "Can't You See It Coming?" by Marge Piercy. First Line: Fires crackle in the brittle trees; Last Line: Gentlemen, start your engines.


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