Book Review: The Sun and Her Flowers by Rupi Kaur
Rupi Kaur, the most loved author especially among women, is now back with her second book. The Sun and Her Flowers by Rupi Kaur is her latest book which is another heartwarming poetry collection. It is a book that you would absolutely love reading if you have enjoyed her first book Milk and Honey. It is also illustrated by Rupi herself. The Sun and Her Flowers written by Rupi Kaur is set to release on 3rd October 2017.
What is ‘The Sun and Her Flowers by Rupi Kaur’ all about?
Well, we all know Rupi Kaur is a stupendous writer when it comes to strikingly relatable poetry and self-love. With her latest book, The Sun and Her Flowers, Rupi has once again created a masterpiece that will work as a mirror and you can see yourself in it.
Rupi’s new book, The Sun and Her Flowers, is a collection of poems divided into five chapters. Each of the chapters beautifully defines a peculiar stage of life. Rupi has used the metaphor of the lifecycle that a sunflower goes through and the way she has related them to everyone’s life is so thoughtful and mesmerizing.
The five chapters of the book The Sun and her Flowers are Wilting, Falling, Rooting, Rising and Blooming. In each chapter, there are poems that bridge the gap between the feeling in your heart and the thoughts in your mind.
What do Poems from The Sun and Her Flowers signify?
Here what all these chapters signify in the book The Sun and her flowers by Rupi Kaur.
Wilting: The poems in this section are all about the feeling of loss. They will light up the cold grief of heartbreak that has never ended in you.
Falling: It is all about how the grief converts into a self-destructive fire and gulps the whole of you. Rupi gives you a way to escape.
Rooting: In the third chapter of the book The Sun and her Flowers, Rupi Kaur tries to reach inwards, to explore what’s inside you and what sacrifices have brought you where you are now.
Rising: Poems of Rupi from this section are all about rising above and beyond in love with a beautiful reference to nature.
Blooming: The last chapter of Rupi Kaur’s latest book has poems celebrating self. It signifies the happiness of self-love and ultimately giving birth to new life.
This is a pre-release review of The Sun and her Flowers by Rupi Kaur and will be updated after the release of the book i.e. 03 Oct 2017. Meanwhile, you can pre-order your copy on Amazon.
About the Author : Rupi Kaur
Rupi Kaur is a writer, photographer and an artist from Toronto, Canada. Being an Indian immigrant, she has to spend more time alone during her school days. It was at the age of 5 when her mother gave her a paintbrush and asked to explore herself.
Rupi found more interest in art and writing and eventually pursued her love for language by studying rhetoric at the University of Waterloo. In 2014, she self-published her first collection titled ‘Milk and Honey’. She is a pretty famous personality on Instagram and also owns a website where she shares her experiences.