In home body, Rupi Kaur accompagna i lettori in un viaggio intimo e profondo dentro di sé che ripercorre il passato, si sofferma sul presente e guarda al futuro. Riflettendo su se stessa, ricorda ai lettori di abbracciare il cambiamento, riempiendo ogni giorno la vita di amore, accettazione, comunità, famiglia. Anche attraverso magnifiche illustrazioni, affronta i temi della natura e dell'educazione, della luce e dell'oscurità.
- ISBN: 8867025228
- Casa Editrice: Tre60
- Pagine: 208
idk why i picked up this tumblr poetry shit -a poem by me, in the style of rupi kaur
Creo que son 3.5 estrellas. Me gustó, hubo algunos poemas muy buenos, pero en general no me llegó tanto como los otros poemarios de Rupi.
"what a relief to discover that the aches i thought were mine alone are also felt by so many others" One of the best collections so far! The content is divided into 4 sections: mind, heart, rest and awake. The most hard-hitting, liberating read for me is the first section which actually made me come out of Leggi tutto
She didn't write 3 books, she wrote the same book 3 times.
There is a quote that led the feminist movement in 1969 that reads, "The personal is political." I believe Rupi Kaur and many other trendy, political, pseudo-intellectual group of people on the internet have this mixed up. They make it, political is personal. They take everything to heart which is un Leggi tutto
I finished this in a day! Not because it was so enchanting & fantastic, but simply because the poems were SO. SHORT. As a fan of Rupi’s long-form poetry, I’m disappointed with this collection honestly. It felt rushed. I felt like she *touched* on many deep topics, but did not dig that much into them Leggi tutto
Where was Rupi Kaur and her poetry when I was in my teens and 20s? My younger self would have been obsessed with her words, found healing and solace within them. This collection is similar to Ms. Kaur's other volumes of poetry. The poems are short, sometimes one phrase, and drawings are scattered thr Leggi tutto
Having shamelessly really enjoyed Rupi’s first two collections, I was sad that this one fell really flat. There were some poems scattered throughout that really spoke to me, but the majority of this felt unoriginal. It felt very heavy handed and too on-the-nose with its commentary on capitalism and Leggi tutto
“but every experience i’ve had, is memorised in my flesh, even if my mind forgets, my body remembers, my body is the map of my life, my body wears what it’s been through, my body signals the alarms when it thinks danger is coming…” Rupi Kaur really is out here, reclaiming poetry and defining the Leggi tutto
This fell short for me. I really loved her other two books, but this one didn’t offer anything new or really profound. The transitions were, as I read in another review, choppy. It really feels like she is just riding on her aesthetic, a lot of her poems lack real creativity. That being said, there Leggi tutto
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