Milk and Honey

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by Rupi Kaur



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ISBN-13: 9781449474256
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Publication date: 10/06/2015
Pages: 208
Sales rank: 227
Product dimensions: 4.90(w) x 7.60(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

when she was five her mother handed her a paintbrush and said - draw your heart out. rupi kaur views her life as an exploration of that artistic journey. through her poetry and illustrations she engages with love loss trauma healing and femininity. for rupi writing has always been a collective experience. at the age of seventeen she began sharing her work. the stage was her first love and spoken word is where she found her voice. rupi pursued her love for language by studying rhetoric at the university of waterloo. she began working on her first collection milk and honey which eventually became a new york times bestseller. rupi’s passion is expression. for her that expression is taking many forms. her photography and art direction are brought to various spaces around the world and her poetry and prose are breaking international boundaries.

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milk and honey 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 114 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I LOVE this book! When I saw the reviews before getting it I thought some people were exaggerating but no, it is actually that good. I highly recommend it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Reaches into the intellectual, emotional and spiritual reaches of one's life. Impossible to remain unmoved
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This booked touched me. It was a wonderful read.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a nice book. Reminds me of this one: Check out that one as well. Nice story of phases and all.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
utterly unoriginal treatment of very common ideas—grade-school level poetry, seriously.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Accurate description of true feelings
feather_lashes More than 1 year ago
OMG I feel that all things womanhood are validated. The struggle, the heartbreak, the beauty, THE STRENGTH. I loved every...single...word. My favorite quote: “if you were born with the weakness to fall you were born with the strength to rise”
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Bought for my tween on advice of store clerk. My daughter gave it back and said it was inappropriate. I couldn't believe it . I told him I didn't want any whiny or depressed poetry. It should come with a parental rating. It's getting returned, next time I'll be more thorough.
TheLiteraryPhoenix More than 1 year ago
Poetry is very personal. The most celebrated poets may light your soul on fire.  Or they may not speak to you at all.  Reviewing poetry is a very personal experience as well, and you should never take a blogger or reviewer's opinion on poetry as law.  Read a poem by the poet in question.  Find out if they make you come alive. With that said, I have to be honest - I didn't love Milk and Honey.  Rupi Kaur is a highly celebrated modern, feminist poet.  Her poetry reaches a lot of people.  She's raw and real.  But the words didn't reach me.  And that's okay, you know?  The nice thing about poetry really is that things that don't appeal to me are perfect for someone else! There were a few poems that I thought were lovely, but mostly the subject matter was something I couldn't relate to.  And that's okay too - the first section in particular is something I don't want to relate to.  I like her modern style and the brevity of most of her work. I still recommend you give Rupi Kaur's work a try - whether that's Milk and Honey or another one of her books.  You may find her poetry is exactly what you're looking for.  It just didn't work for me.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is full of sincerity whether describing the highs or lows of life. It left me feeling hopeful and optimistic.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book sends a reminder to us all to be loving of everyone and to be grateful for the small things in life. It reminds people that pain will always be in your life, but so will happiness. I was moved throughout the book and will definitely give this book a reread.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The best book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I recommend this book to everyone, especial someone young because they can reflect.
Anonymous 5 months ago
There’s no way there’s 33 pages in the actual book, why is the full book not here! My mom bought it for me on here and this definitely cannot be right. Such a waste of her money that I BEGGED her for
TaylorKent 8 months ago
Milk and Honey is a poetry book filled with a wide variety of topics personal to the author, Rupi Kaur, including stories of love, abuse, heartbreak, self-recovery, and her overall power through feminism. Milk and Honey is powerful and a deeply felt exploration through womanhood and all the pressing internal and external issues within the 21st century. Kaur is part of an unofficial movement of young poets who have expressed their stories through the art of poetry and have allowed many people everywhere to explore their struggles, opening up away from young people to cope and understand their issues. After reading this, Many women have opened their eyes to what the world holds for them, and the book has inspired some to keep fighting their personal battles and gain strength through their femininity. The author's form of writing is described as nothing but fearless; Kaur dives deep into sexual abuse, her struggle in her family life, her own sexual exploration and discovery, the thrill of young love along with the horror behind it. She writes about racism, sexism, misogyny, and so much more. She never fails to let her mind work on its own and write without the constraints or hesitation. She talks about these matters so merely, yet at the same time in a poetic, beautiful manner which turns the dark and horrible issues into a form of art that allows people to focus on. Kaur shares her stories and relates to many women all over the world as she goes through life where she's torn down to what seems like nothing, but gathers strength and builds herself up. Reading this book is like a form of comfort you cannot get from other reads. From the moment I picked up the book to the second I put it down, I was mesmerized and found the novel absolutely riveting. The subject matter is more on the mature side so I would say adults or older teens only for this magical read. The authors choice in words, as well as figure language and symbolism, was absolutely hypnotizing. The book isn't a long read, but it was powerful and sticks into your head, allowing you to sit and think about everything within the poems. I would definitely rate Milk and Honey five out of five stars for it's fascinating and beautiful story through poetry. It was a novel that left me thinking long after it had ended.
Anonymous 10 months ago
Opened my eyes on a lot of ways. A great read
Anonymous 10 months ago
BookShelfChronicles More than 1 year ago
{Review}- Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur Hello Book Tribe, Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur is a book of poetry that tugs on the heartstrings. Kaur discusses topics that many find difficult to express due to being too “controversial”. I find that the book is very relatable for women because the topics that are brought up are mirrored by many girl problems. The book takes you through the pain but also the healing process. It’s refreshing to experience Kaur’s boldness and acceptance of who she is and the fact that she wants everyone else to feel the same way about themselves is a bonus. Milk and Honey also has many illustrations that come off as distorted but in reality they set the tone for the book. This book is much needed in my collection on my bookshelf. Welcome to my bookshelf Milk and Honey, I look forward to re-reading you some day. My favorite poem for this book is pictured above/ below. -Rupi Kaur, Milk and Honey (pg.179) Overall Review: 10 out of 5 Question of the week: What piece of artistic work makes you feel proud to be your gender and/or race? Until next time book tribe! And remember, you’re bound to find more. -Sandra Pamilton The Book Shelf Chronicles To keep up with my book review posts, please check out my website and subscribe to the newsletter. Also, follow me on my social media accounts: Twitter- @shelfchronicles FB- The Book Shelf Chronicles Instagram- @shelfchronicles1
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good book for first time poetry readers
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was excited to read this after seeing great reviews and hearing others talk about it, plus I love and write poetry myself. But I did not like this book overall. There were several poems I really enjoyed and I loved the message behind most of them, but I really didn't like that most of the poems were actually just sentences. It felt very incomplete to me. I'm not sure that I would recommend this because there is so much amazing poetry out there and for me, this really misses the mark. I think that because there are a lot of good messages, I would maybe recommend it for someone who doesn't enjoy poetry. I have started reading another book by the same author and I'm liking it more though.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really wanted to get this book but when I went inside barnes and noble it cost 14.93 why does it cost 8.93 on the website...?