Rupi Kaur – sun and her flowers

Rupi Kaur

I love rupi Kaur, I #ship her, I have a very special place for Rupi Kaur’s poetry,I look up to her as an aspiring poet myself ,so I may be a little biased but I love this book,the way she puts her thoughts in to words and her artwork,

Some of the proses, I felt like they are exactly how I feel and somehow a woman living across the world has put down my feelings better than me!

Need I say more?

This book is divided into five sections reflecting the life cycle of a flower, with chapters titled: Wilting, Falling, Rooting, Rising, and Blooming.

Like her previous book It focuses on themes of love and loss, trauma and abuse, healing, femininity and the body positivity and loving yourself the way you are.

The part Wilting touches on the subject of heartbreak and loss.

Part Falling focuses on depressive feelings following the loss of an important relationship.

Part of Rooting explores topics of female infanticide which was major problem and we are still somewhat dealing with its effect in Asian countries ,other topics include immigration and borders.

And the final section Blooming addresses the joy Kaur finally found coming to love and accept her roots, herself, and the world around her.

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Published by drficticity

A twenty something girl who loves to read and talk about books & Stories and ideas

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