Milk and honey book review
Book Review: milk and honey by Rupi Kaur - DU BeatIt is about the experience of violence, abuse, love, loss, and femininity. It is split into four chapters, and each chapter serves a different purpose, deals with a different pain, heals a different heartache. I first heard about milk and honey via social media when I saw my followers posting short excerpts and raving about the inspiration they found. I assumed that, because it reached such a wide audience, the poems would be surface level and lack authenticity. What I found instead was a collection immersed in emotion and experience. Toronto-based writer Rupi Kaur gives a voice to the parts of the mind that are often silent but need attention.
Milk and Honey, Rupi Kaur: Book Review
Madison Guzy , Features Editor August 21, The book Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur is a collection of poems with illustrations by the author herself. Kaur takes inspiration from her life experiences to write about family, violence, love, heartbreak, abuse, and femininity. The book is split into four parts — the hurting, the loving, the breaking, and the healing. Kaur took time to organize the book into the order of her journey in life, and it is inspiring to see her grow despite the heart-wrenching reality. Understanding the purpose of the book begins with understanding the author, Rupi Kaur. Her father fled to Canada to escape genocide a month after her birth.
Elizabeth Proffitt Contributing Writer. This article was originally posted April Most people, when given the chance to read poetry scoff and decline. Citing that poetry is far too boring or dry. The book is separated into four parts: the hurting, the loving, the breaking, and the healing.
This heartfelt collection of poems hit the shelves November of I saw milk and honey in the store and decided to embrace my poetic side and purchase it. Needless to say, I was baffled with what I found folded into the pages. I was expecting an inspirational slightly tacky read much like how I viewed poetry prior to this. What I found was vulnerability, startling bluntness, and a pure and raw story laced into the pages of Rupi Kaur's poetry.
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Each page is characterized by a poem with a complementary illustration. Kaur is a Canadian poet, writer and illustrator of Indian descent. The 25 year old self-published her book in The book is short, but contains a very strong message. The sensitive topics covered, such as sexuality and abuse, reflect her own experiences with these concepts as well as provide advice for how her audience should handle them. This book also offers advice and ways to deal or cope with things.