How is milk and honey by Rupi Kaur structured?
milk and honey is the debut poetry collection by Canadian poet Rupi Kaur . Most of the poems are short, and many of them are accompanied by one of Kaur’s ink drawings. Kaur doesn’t use capitalization in her poems, and she uses punctuation sparingly, usually relying on line breaks rather than commas or periods to indicate a pause. The book is divided into four sections or chapters: “The Hurting,”...
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