Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur – A Book Review

a small velvet book
whispered into
the darkest
most wounded parts
of my soul
the most tormented
and muted depths
of my heart
painting these cheeks
with tears
and warmth
as i recognised
a voice
a familiarity
a friend
a lonely comfort
that i didn’t even realise
i so desperately

thank you, rupi kaur. thank you so much.

This is an extraordinary book filled with powerful truth and reality; a true movement towards change, equality, and feminism of the most loveliest nature. It is raw and naked for the world to see with more depth and exploration of the sensual honesty of what it means to be an object, a tool, or a slave to the inequality of god-given genitalia. It has a voice that’s unhindered and mesmerising; one to gut you from naval to nose, while it’s magical comfort sews you back up in a way you never could have imagined.

5 heartbeats outta 5.

4 thoughts on “Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur – A Book Review

  1. Wow, it’s always cool to see/read a post about something that manages to inspire people so much (and to have then write something so truly wonderful). Great post, and glad you enjoyed reading this one so much 😊

  2. I’m glad you found something that moved you so much 😊

  3. That was elegantly written if this book inspired you to write that it must be truly profound, I’m glad you found something that touched you so much.

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