The relation-ship with our selves and others

Inspired by Alison’s class yesterday, I searched more for the word “relationship.” It is a closed compound word composed of two free-standing morphemes, relation+ship. Being touched by the second word, I wrote the following cascade form poem. It looks like a quatrain cascade but I added one more stanza.

For your information, ‘… for the cascade poem, a poet takes each line from the first stanza of a poem and makes…

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Natalia Kokla

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My way to experience life and express my truth. And airy-fairy UK citizen from Greece.

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