The Sun and Her Flowers - Rupi Kaur

The Sun and Her Flowers

By Rupi Kaur

  • Publication Date: 2017-10-03
  • Genre: Poetry
5 Score: 5 (From 767 Ratings)

Book Overview

Divided 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 all its forms.
 
this is the recipe of life
said my mother
as she held me in her arms as i wept 
think of those flowers you plant
in the garden each year 
they will teach you
that people too
must wilt
fall
root
rise
in order to bloom

 

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Users Reviews

  • Great Book💓

    5
    By Asya Finney
    Very good book 🤟🏽 it’s really amazing at how the amount of poetry that was written in this book. Everything is realistic 💓
  • Loveeee it

    5
    By ruiz424
    Loved the book. Loved milk and honey as well. Ughhh I love her work in general.
  • Rupi ❤️

    5
    By alwaysamadi
    She makes you feel as if your there with her writing and sharing the very same experiences. As a woman, as a daughter, as a lover she lets us in and in many ways we’ve all experienced life as she has. It’s beautiful. Raunchy. It’s everything. Thank you❤️
  • It was alright.

    3
    By Wittewbit
    I purchased this book shortly after it hit shelves, because I was enthralled by Milk and Honey. I found this book to be less relatable, and it seemed as though some of the poems were simply remakes of ones found in Kaur’s first hit book. I read this cover to cover in about 20 mins and ended up gifting it to a friend who was going through a hard time. It wasn’t money wasted, since I was able to gift it, and it was $10, but all in all, I would say this is not one of Kaur’s best compostitions. Hoping the next is a bit more original!
  • The sun and her flowers

    5
    By Michelinexo
    Amazing!
  • Exceptional

    5
    By danielarassvetaieff
    Kaur truly captures her essence in this book. I read her last one “Milk and Honey” and I adored both. “The Sun and Her Flowers” is more detailed, as it tells a perpetual story. She carefully and precisely wrote about her struggles with self love and acceptance. She also writes about the adversity her family had to face as immigrants. Her story about immigrants is absolutely humbling and inspiring. It’s amazing how she manages to express her parent’s situation and how it impacted her. The author is a true poet with an amazing mind, exposing the common problems of society, and her solutions, in sweet poetry.
  • 🌻

    5
    By Cassandra Clare trash
    i love it just as much as (if not more than) milk and honey 🐝
  • Very good start to the year

    5
    By MUAH TA TA
    Its easy to relate parts of the story to something happening in your life and it helps give a different more positive perspective out. I enjoyed the emotional journey the book is organized into.
  • The Sun and Her Flowers

    5
    By AKAIntell2004
    My second read by the author. Her first collection was given to me as a Bday gift this past October. I felt in love with her openness and truth. Therapeutic and cleansing!!! Couldn’t wait for her newest book- as beautiful as the first. An amazing talent, far deeper than her 25yrs. She has walked this way before. A must read for anyone and everyone trying to understand love, loss, giving up and moving forward! VRay J I Louisiana
  • Not real poetry

    1
    By mike schultz
    Most teenage girls who are passionate in writing poetry can write something to at least this level. I understand how you want to increase your audience by simplifying your poetry, but this sounds too generalized. Most of these few lined poems can be found in a descriptive novel, Kaur definitely has an interesting perspective, but her tumblr-Esque illustrations and her instagram poems are far too basic to be considered fine art. This book is definitely overhyped.