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Garden of Kama

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Garden of Kama by Laurence Hope is a beautifully written collection of poetry that captures the essence of love, longing, and heartbreak. The poems transport the reader to exotic lands filled with lush gardens, fragrant flowers, and passionate emotions.

The author's use of vivid imagery and evocative language creates a sensory experience that is both enchanting and haunting. Each poem is a snapshot of a moment in time, a fleeting glimpse into the depths of the human soul.

From the sensuous "The Temple Bells" to the melancholy "Tears of Love," Laurence Hope's poetry is a captivating journey through the complexities of the heart. Her words are like music, flowing effortlessly from one stanza to the next, carrying the reader along on a wave of emotion.

Overall, Garden of Kama is a timeless collection that will resonate with anyone who has ever loved, lost, or longed for something out of reach. Laurence Hope's poetry is a testament to the enduring power of love and the beauty of the human spirit.

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Laurence Hope was the nom de plume of Adela Florence Nicolson, a British poet who wrote verses inspired by India, where she lived. This collection, her first, was originally published in 1901.

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