Rupi Kaur Milk And Honey Analysis
Rupi Kaur’s work almost seems like it is a series of diary entries. Her poetry is very personal, sincere, and honest. It is divided into four chapters that give insight on what Kaur experienced at different stages in her twenty-one years of life. She discloses her pain, suffering, evilness, and how she survived it while being an advocate for women. She reminds us that gender equality is not quite where it should be …show more content…
It is about the simplest and most complex joys in relationships, understanding and accepting loss, and dealing with heartbreak. It is a very empowering body of text because this was when Rupi put her foot down and just said, “ Enough is enough.”. At this point she began changing. She confesses her own sins and refuses to continue to be a victim.
The Healing is my favorite chapter and is a message. It rejoices in human connection, beauty, intelligence, strength, fertility, and so much more. This section is what made me the most happy about reading this book because even through all of the pain she experienced and administered, she learned to love herself most, accept the universe as it is, and find enchanting qualities in