The Sun and Her Flowers: Rupi Kaur
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The author's smart, poised, and down-to-earth writing oozes inspiration. And I'm beyond eager to share some of my favorite pieces:
Let me start off by saying that I am not a fan of Rupi Kaur's milk and honey; HOWEVER, being the forgiving person that I am, I have decided to give her work a second chance. Anyways so I read Milk and Honey last year and I sorta loved it and when I HEARD there was another one I was like yes this woman can write gimme some more Note: There are a few repeated poems from Milk and Honey but much of this material felt very fresh.Walker, Rob (2017-05-27). "The young 'Instapoet' Rupi Kaur: from social media star to bestselling writer". The Observer. ISSN 0029-7712 . Retrieved 2017-10-31. For all them haters who are like “these are just relatable tumblr posts that someone pressed the enter key too many times” well yes, you’re right BUT THEYRE BEAUTIFUL TOO
the illustrations are ABSOLUTELY perfection, I love them so much they add so much depth to the poems.Rupi Kaur's poetry communicates, distils life. Her success is a simply wonderful thing for poetry. Her work reveals how powerful and accessible poetry can be. It seems to help people too and is a fine example of the healing power of art’ Allie Esiri, editor of four bestselling poetry anthologies and apps The range of emotions are all felt ... sadness, anger, loss, grief, pride, guilt, fear, nervousness, shame, joy, surprise, love ....