Milk and Honey is a collection of poetry discussing the author, Rupi Kaur's survival. The book is divided into four chapters, each serving a purpose of its own and discusses multiple themes. These include topics of love, heartbreak, and…Read moreRead more of this comment
Mar 30, 2021InnisfilTeenReads rated this title 5 out of 5 stars
"Milk and Honey" tells the story of the author's journey through "love, loss, trauma, abuse, healing and femininity". The stories told in each line of this book bring a sense of understanding to the harsh realities women face in today's…Read moreRead more of this comment
Feb 02, 2021khristinemarcinowski rated this title 1.5 out of 5 stars
I can see how why so many people loved milk and honey, however upon finishing this book of poetry, I realized quickly that this kind of "Instagram" poetry is definitely not for me.
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Jan 27, 2021LycheeLily rated this title 4 out of 5 stars
Beautiful. This poetry collection by Rupi Kaur absolutely stunned me (I’ve already read it twice and am looking forward to reading it more before I return it to the library). Her writing explores relationships we as humans have (like…Read moreRead more of this comment
Reading this collection of poems was an experience. Kaur’s style is very informal, very short, but very powerful. Her added illustrations often give the lines an intimate, daydreaming quality as if these words were written while sketching…Read moreRead more of this comment
May 30, 2020TEENREVIEWBOARD rated this title 3 out of 5 stars
Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur is a beautifully written book full of well-developed poems. I enjoyed following through the four stages of what seems like a woman’s life, in contrast to almost the five stages of grief. As opposed to completely…Read moreRead more of this comment
Milk and Honey is written by Rupi Kaur, a powerful and raw author. I enjoyed flipping through this and connecting to the poems and illustrations. I like that she shares her poetry online, that a huge part of why they're successful is…Read moreRead more of this comment
Aug 17, 2019BlueWolfJin rated this title 5 out of 5 stars
I get all the comments for those who didn't like this but at the same time I just don't I love this book it's an empowering moment of how she felt and how expressed her feeling of mourning , emptiness, and sorrow of telling people her…Read moreRead more of this comment
Aug 09, 2019heyitscori rated this title 2.5 out of 5 stars
This is a poetry book full of angst. I like the sentence structure and size of the poems and I like the scribble art work, but the poem content seen to be purely about a breakup and, although teens and twenty-somethings may relate, I found…Read moreRead more of this comment
Jun 29, 2019agpoetry05 rated this title 2.5 out of 5 stars
Rupi Kaur's "Milk and Honey" incorporates many messages that need to be said, especially in this era. She often references to themes of feminism, abuse, and empowering oneself which is one of my favorite parts of the book.
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Apr 26, 2019FVReader rated this title 3 out of 5 stars
There are many truths in this book that are an empowerment of the Self. "Love Yourself" first, in order to be free to love Life & Others.
Rupi Kaur has a talent with words that brings concepts to the forefront in a few words and lines.…Read moreRead more of this comment
Sep 06, 2018AConsolver rated this title 4 out of 5 stars
4 Stars - I recommend if you enjoy poetry, and are looking for something that will make you feel. This will make you feel ALL THE FEELINGS.
A collection of poetry and sketches divided by topic: love, breaking, healing, etc.
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Sep 01, 2018DBRL_JessicaS rated this title 5 out of 5 stars
I have never been one to really invest myself into poetry, but I did enjoy this collection. My interests are usually longer fiction and nonfiction pieces. After reading this work, I actually picked up another collection by Shenaia Lucas,…Read moreRead more of this comment
Aug 28, 2018andreareads rated this title 3 out of 5 stars
In the foreword the author, writing in her early twenties, describes how she already feels distant from the girl who wrote this book, and yes, the writing feels incredibly young and raw, full of so much more passion than craft. It has its…Read moreRead more of this comment
Aug 16, 2018csrestall rated this title 2 out of 5 stars
I just could not connect with this book of poems. The author sections this book into four. Each section encompassing a theme of poems. The first section I think was the most important in that it deals with sexual abuse and assault. This…Read moreRead more of this comment