‘The sun and her flowers’ – Rupi Kaur

I’ve just started reading Rupi Kaur’s second book of poetry: ‘the sun and her flowers.’ I love the empowering and relatable nature of her poems, although at times I find them quite painful – It’s like listening to my head, when all I want to do is be left alone with my heart.

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Anyway, these two poems are more heart than head. The first is from ‘the sun and her flowers’ and the second is a poem from ‘milk and honey’.

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3 thoughts on “‘The sun and her flowers’ – Rupi Kaur

  1. I love Rupi Kaur’s books, I’m currently reading the sun and her flowers too! It’s so beautiful that I just had to write the poems in my own words but I feel like I haven’t even come close to her ability. I’ve rewritten the first 9 on my blog 🙂 But her poems come from true pain and I just haven’t experienced pain like her I guess.

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