Poems: Rupi Kaur

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This past semester at Chapman University, I took a class focused on writing about poetry. For the final presentation, we were instructed to find a piece of contemporary poetry and share it with the class in a group presentation. My partners chose a poem written by Rupi Kaur, also known as Instagram’s favorite poet. The poem belongs to the second book that she’s published which is titled “the sun and her flowers.”

Before I share a few of my favorite poems from “the sun and her flowers,” I’ll share some information about the author. Rupi was born in India then her family moved to Canada when she was young. An interesting fun fact about her writing style is that she writes exclusively in lowercase and only uses periods in her poems, no other punctuation marks. This is because in Gurmukhi script, which is her culture’s language, there is no upper case and the only punctuation mark is the period.

What do you think about her poetry? Who’s your favorite poet? Let me know in the comments. Thanks for taking a read!


Abbie Leigh 🐰🖤

2 thoughts on “Poems: Rupi Kaur

  1. 1. “You might not have been my first love but you were the love that made all the other love irrelevant”.
    2. “How you love yourself is how you teach others to love you”.
    3. “I din’t leave because I stopped loving you I left because the longer I stayed the less i loved myself”.
    Quotes to motivate you by Rupi Kaur.

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