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characters The Sun and Her Flowers ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ó From Rupi Kaur the #1 New York Times bestselling author of milk and honey comes her long awaited second collection of poetry A vibrant and transcendent journey about growth and healing Ancestry and honoring one’s roots Expatriation and rising up to fiS Expatriation and rising up to find a home within yourselfDivided into five chapters and illustrated by Kaur the sun and her flowers is a journey of wilting falling rooting rising and blooming A celebration of love in. i hold the pagesthat give my hearta placeto call homewhile words ofsimple eleganceand subtle purityteach itto growand inspire itto love how i feel about this book↠ 45 stars

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All its forms this is the recipe of lifesaid my motheras she held me in her arms as i wept think of those flowers you plantin the garden each year they will teach youthat people toomust wiltfallrootrisein order to bloom. Wow That was intense sad and good Mel 🖤🐶🐺🐾

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The Sun and Her FlowersFrom Rupi Kaur the #1 New York Times bestselling author of milk and honey comes her long awaited second collection of poetry A vibrant and transcendent journey about growth and healing Ancestry and honoring one’s root. I don't know where to begin Listen as a brown woman of course I gave Rupi a try that's what we brown girls do we hold each other up and support each other like crazy because who else will However I think we should also be able to speak up when the work just doesn't cut it Being critical is simply tough love so don't be so uick to dismiss my negative feebackFirst of all half of this book are one liners from her first book and most of her longer pieces felt lazy and ill thought out I found myself skipping losing interest through most of them Further I just can't ignore the popular pieces she has claimed as her own when any avid reader can tell you they are not Example 1 you must see no worth in yourselfif you find me worth lessafter you've touched meas if your hands on my bodymagnify youand reduce me to nothing rupi kaursounds awfully familiar to my favorite uote by Kaija Sabbah“If you consider a woman less pure after you’ve touched hermaybe you should take a looks at your hands”Example 2 This is from her first book She was music but he had his ears cut off Rupi KaurShe was like a piano in a country where everyone has had their hands cut off Angela CarterExample 3a manwho cries rupi kauri want men with flowers falling from their skin water in their eyes tremble in their hands women in their heartsthan on their bodies softness in their height honesty in their voice wonder humility in their eyes Nayyirah WaheedExample 4Your voice does to mewhat autumn does to treesyou call to say helloand my clothes fall naturally rupi kaurOkay aside from this just being hilarious here's who she tried to copyI want to do with you what spring does with the cherry trees Pablo NerudaandYou wonder why I don'tanswer your 3 am phone callsWhen you say I miss youI begin to undress myself out of habit Sierra DemulderExample 5If you got any beautifulthe sun would leave its placeand come for you rupi kaur“Had I told the seaWhat I felt for youIt would have left its shoresIts shellsIts fishAnd followed me”― Nizar abbaniMany of you have messaged be about the difference between plagiarism and inspiration and this is my take on itIf ms kaur is attempting to give a voice to women through her work which she claims she is doing then she should also acknowledge everyone who has inspired her The debate her isn't whether she's a good poet or not but if she has any integritywhich she clearly doesn't Many women of color writers specifically black women writers have been silenced by her This is the same woman who wrote the followingI am the product of all the ancestorsgetting together and deciding these stories need to be told How By erasing them By taking their words and signing your name underneath themand my favoritenever trade honesty for relatabilityCongrats y'all she played youThe pieces speaking about some of the hardest topics seem so surface level I felt wrong reading it I would never give this to my daughter Not to mention the randomly sprinkled poems talking about her being an immigrant all of them felt so out of place and awkward next to her other pieces Anyways I could go on and on about how much her work mirrors the work of lesser known authors but I think most readers already know this I feel let down and embarrassed by this author and would never recommend it to anyone I can only hope she grows up one day and finally finds her voice