The Sun and Her Flowers: by Rupi Kaur | Conversation Starters
In “The Sun and Her Flowers”, readers are reintroduced to the author’s familiar style of poetry in a second collection created to demonstrate hardship and love. Told in beautiful fragments that suggest loss and recovery, the collection focuses on themes that are tied heavily to the imagery of flowers and plants- wilting, falling, rooting, rising, and blooming are all apparent in the poems and work as titles for the sections. Rupi Kaur’s second collection, “The Sun and Her Flowers” has been long-awaited after the success of New York Times bestselling Milk and Honey. Praised as “subtle yet powerful”, Kaur’s masterful creations have captured the attention of readers worldwide.
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