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Kotri, by the River

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Kotri, by the River is a beautifully written collection of poems by Laurence Hope that delves into themes of love, longing, and loss. The imagery and language used throughout the poems are vivid and gripping, drawing the reader into the emotions of the narrator.

The poems explore the complex nature of relationships, both romantic and platonic, and the ways in which they can shape our lives. Hope's writing is both poignant and evocative, capturing the beauty and pain of love with a sense of urgency and passion.

The river that runs through many of the poems serves as a powerful symbol of the passage of time and the ever-changing nature of human emotions. The poems are full of lush descriptions of nature and the landscape, creating a sense of immersion in the world Hope has created.

Overall, Kotri, by the River is a moving and thought-provoking collection that will resonate with readers who appreciate poetry that explores the depths of human experience. Hope's writing is both haunting and beautiful, leaving a lasting impression on anyone who reads it.

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volunteers bring you 16 recordings of Kotri, by the River by Laurence Hope.
This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for August 9, 2020.
Editorial note: Laurence Hope was the pen name of Adela Florence Cory Nicolson. Born in 1865, she was educated in England. At age 16 she joined her father in India, where she spent most of her adult life. In 1889 she married Col. Malcolm H. Nicolson, a man twice her age. She committed suicide two months after his death in 1904.

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