Well hello there! It’s already February – one of my most expensive and busiest months (birthdays, anniversary etc)! Sorry I didn’t post last week but it was Oli’s birthday and I wanted to concentrate on him for the day. So this week I’ve decided to write a blog review about Rupi Kaur’s most recent poetry book, The Sun and Her Flowers. I will be sharing some of my favourite poems from the book and a bit about why I love them and why I think you should too!
The Sun and Her Flowers
The Sun and Her Flowers is more about Kaur’s family, moving and learning to love herself. I am so excited for what she has coming next but I will definitely be rereading these until her next book comes along. I wanted to buy the book as soon as possible and thankfully received a Waterstone’s voucher for Christmas so it was one of the books I just had to get. I must say I relate to Milk and Honey more, but I still absolutely love her books and she inspired me to just go for it and write poetry. So here we go. Enjoy!