The Sun and Her Flowers: Rupi Kaur
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Interestingly, the poet, Benhaim, is a performance poet and this is reflected in this written collection. In fact, you can almost her reciting these out loud to you in you head.
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Nikita Gill forces you to look at these well-known tales through a fresh pair of eyes and it’s an important reminder that things are not always as they seem.As I said in my review, keep this on your bookshelf as you would keep paracetamol in your bathroom cupboard. You never know when you’re going to need it but when you do it’ll be right there waiting for you.
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Personally, I enjoyed the sun and her flowers even more than Rupi Kaur’s debut because it included more passages about family and immigration, which resonate a little more with me. This collection made me take a good look at myself and reconsider things that affect my everyday relationships that had never crossed my mind before! Every so often, a book comes along that seems to have a life of its own, that is passed lovingly from one reader to another with recommendations that insist, "You must read this". Rupi Kaur's Milk and Honey is one such book’ Red Magazine This burst of creative output in the world of popular poetry reminds me of the Twilight phenomenon that pushed the young adult genre onto many a reading list many years ago.What’s interesting is that Shraya articulates the position of minorities but also explores the difficulties of speaking openly about racism when you have white privilege. The Poetry Pharmacy stands out from the other four collections I’ve selected here because it’s the most “traditional” poetry collection. It’s made up of the most famous and well-respected poetry pieces, both old and new, each with the aim of curing a specific ailment. I recognised myself in the girl she describes and reading this collection made me feel less alone – if that’s not good poetry then what is?