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Book review: The Sun and Her Flowers by Rupi Kaur

Once again, Rupi Kaur has given her audience another stunning book to obsess over. In her new book, The Sun and Her Flowers, she addresses the problems that women and immigrants have been facing, the loss and grief of others and themselves, loving oneself and their origin and twisting heartbreaks that lead to realizations.

The illustrations, drawn by Kaur herself, seem simple yet burst with wonderment. She displays herself not only with words, but with her engaging drawings.

From Milk and Honey, Kaur left her thoughts to sink into her readers’ minds. With The Sun and Her Flowers, she travels even deeper, letting her readers feel what she has felt. Her poetry gives a sense of reassurance to the ones who have experienced what she has and offers empathy to the ones who have not.

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