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Rupi Kaur has become the first woman from Punjab to reach the #1 spot as a New York Times bestselling author, with the huge success of ‘milk and honey’. The Sun and Her Flowers is her second collection of poetry where she illustrates her vivid story of ancestry, roots, growth, and healing. The chapter touch sensitive issues of immigration and finding a home within oneself. The book is divided into five chapters and the illustrations are the work of Kaur herself. Kaur describes the poetry as a celebration of love in all forms.
What makes this book stand out?
Raw emotion and energy that resonates with the often overlooked realities of life.
Read it for
Hard hitting poetry that strikes the right cord about life and love.
Don't read it for
Repetitions from her previous works and some allegations about ripping abstractions from lesser known authors.