the sun and her flowers review.

The second collection of poetry by Rupi Kaur made waves. It was brimming with of every kind of emotion imaginable. Divided into five chapters and illustrated by Kaur, the sun and her flowers is a vibrant and transcendent journey about growth and healing. Ancestry and honoring one’s roots. Rising up to find a home within […]

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milk and honey review.

It’s difficult to review this collection because every poem is extremely personal, tender and exquisite in its own way. That being said, Rupi Kaur’s writing intrigues me. So many people are harsh and quick to dismiss her work, which I don’t entirely understand. Yes, the collection does read like trendy Tumblr posts. But it’s undeniable […]

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yesterday i was the moon review.

If you’ve visited a book store recently you’ll find them teeming with contemporary poetry books such as milk and honey or pillow thoughts. The rise of this sub-type of poetry has become quite popular. I for one, find it extremely exciting. When I first started getting into poetry I was put-off by the ancient looking […]

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the collected poetry of dorothy parker review.

Happy Easter all! Dorothy Parker filled her writing with wit, which made her a legend. Her writing mesmerized me. She had a way with creating poems that convey so much emotion. Parker became a co-founder of the Algonquin Round Table and wrote pieces for Vogue, Vanity Fair, and the New Yorker. She even worked on […]

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in the shape of a human body review.

Poetry is not something I used to gravitate towards. Recently I have delved into this genre and I absolutely love it. Poetry is full of stunning language. It is a concise yet vague way to express emotion. All I really know is that I’m obsessed. I have begun collecting poetry books when I travel to […]

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