Mubashar from the Alpha Content Team
The Sun and Her Flowers by Rupi Kaur
"The Sun and Her Flowers" is a poetry collection written by Rupi Kaur, a Canadian poet and artist. The book was first published in 2017 and it is a follow-up to Kaur's debut poetry collection, "Milk and Honey".
The book is divided into two parts: "Wilting" and "Blooming". The first part of the book, "Wilting" explores themes of heartbreak and loss, while the second part, "Blooming" covers themes of healing, growth and self-love. Kaur's poetry is known for its simplicity and accessibility, as well as its vulnerability. She writes about a wide range of topics, from love, family, and relationships to body image, trauma, and mental health.
"The Sun and Her Flowers" has been critically acclaimed and praised for its powerful and relatable themes, and its ability to resonate with readers. The book has been on the New York Times bestseller list and has sold over a million copies worldwide.
Kaur's poetry has been described as raw, honest, and emotive, and her work has been credited with helping to democratize poetry and make it more accessible to a wider audience. Her work has been praised for its ability to speak to a diverse range of readers, and for its ability to evoke powerful emotions and provoke introspection.
"The Sun and Her Flowers" is not only a collection of poetry but it is also a visual experience with the author's illustrations and hand lettering, making the book more personal and intimate. It is a powerful and thought-provoking work that has been widely praised for its ability to capture the complexities of human emotions and experiences and making them relatable to readers.