Süt ve Bal

S t ve Bal s t ve bala kkay ptravmas m r sa almave kad nl k hakk ndabir iir denemesi her biri ba ka bir amaca hizmet edenba ka bir ac yla u ra anba ka bir kalp a r s n sa altand rt b l me ayr ld bu kitap s t ve

  • Title: Süt ve Bal
  • Author: Rupi Kaur Elif Tozlu
  • ISBN: 9786052992432
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Paperback
  • s t ve bala kkay ptravmas m r sa almave kad nl k hakk ndabir iir denemesi her biri ba ka bir amaca hizmet edenba ka bir ac yla u ra anba ka bir kalp a r s n sa altand rt b l me ayr ld bu kitap s t ve balokuru hayat n en ac anlar na do rubir yolculu a kar po anlar n i indeki tatl l buluyor nk e er g rmek istersenher ac n n i inde bir tatl l k vard r Performans sans t ve bala kkay ptravmas m r sa almave kad nl k hakk ndabir iir denemesi her biri ba ka bir amaca hizmet edenba ka bir ac yla u ra anba ka bir kalp a r s n sa altand rt b l me ayr ld bu kitap s t ve balokuru hayat n en ac anlar na do rubir yolculu a kar po anlar n i indeki tatl l buluyor nk e er g rmek istersenher ac n n i inde bir tatl l k vard r Performans sanat s Rupi Kaur bir s re nce feminist hareketin simgelerinden biri haline geldi Kaur un, Her ac n n i inde bir tatl l k vard r, fikriyle yola kt ilk kitab S t ve Bal zellikle kad nlara ve t m okuyuculara i inden geldi i gibi olmay , y k c ili kilerin i inden ok daha b y k bir g le kmay ve bir kad n n kendisiyle bar maya ba lad nda nas l zg rle ti ini anlat yor.

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    1. Rupi Kaur Elif Tozlu

      Rupi Kaur is a writer and artist based in Toronto, Canada With a focus in poetry, she released her first book of prose and poems in November 2014 Throughout her poetry, photography, illustrations, and creative direction she engages with themes of femininity, love, loss, trauma, and healing When she is not writing or creating art, she is travelling internationally to perform her spoken word poetry, as well as hosting writing workshops You can find of her work at rupikaur

    484 thoughts on “Süt ve Bal”

    1. 2/7/2017I get likes on this review daily and for a long time i've felt like a 3-star review was too generous so I lowered it to 2 today, which is more accurate in hindsight.7/11/2016If I could sum up my thoughts about this book, it would just be, "Oh."Honestly, very underwhelming. I'm not sure why people go crazy about this book and say it's gorgeous and it's their favorite book, because honestly, it's very plain. Some poems are just basic sentences with random skips that have no real point, the [...]

    2. maybethese poems are justwordsrandomly separatedby hitting enteror maybeI just don't get poetrytrigger warnings: rape, abuse

    3. lol started this forever ago & just now finished it! didn't love this one as much as i was hoping to, but i understand why so many connect to it. i respect the author for being so open and honest about things she's faced.

    4. I read this in a bookshop. I wanted to give it zero stars. It's not poetry. It's shamefully derivitive and doesn't employ any poetic devices except for the most cliched - and not to positive effect. Random line breaks and sentence fragments are used because it is what is expected of a poem, but the author doesn't seem to understand that in poetry, these serve a purpose and must contribute to the poem's larger meaning. The allusions and metaphors are misplaced and nonsensical. "Milk and honey" is [...]

    5. While Rupi Kaur seems very passionate and while I agree with her politics, content, and message, that doesn't make this writing very good. Some of the poems are excellent and will draw you in, but mainly, they are very overrated in terms of pure quality. I see why her poems are popular, but not why she's considered a 'great' or 'brilliant' writer. She's addressing universal themes, but she doesn't do so in an especially artful/skilled way. I'd say if you aren't a big fan of poetry, this book cou [...]

    6. 2 stars for the beautiful thoughts.So if I write my reviewlike thiswill it automaticallybecome poetry?In my humble opinionthis book iscomposed of extremely beautifullywritten linesbut there are veryfew poems actually.what i dont understand is whywhy you have toclick the enter keyto make it lookbeautiful when u can continue the same linesame paragraph same pagealso why a published bookgives no shitaboutcapitalizing 'i'is beyond meConsider this line from Milk and Honey: “you might not have been [...]

    7. 2016 was a year of poetry for me. I read more poetry than I ever have before, I wrote more poetry than I knew I was capable of, and I even started performing poetry. Milk and Honey was one of the catalysts for this, written by an author from a town near me, of very similar age to me, powerful and raw, I enjoyed flipping through this and connecting to the poems and illustrations. I like that she shares her poetry online, that a huge part of why they're successful is because of how sharable they a [...]

    8. milk and honey is a collection of poetry and prose about survival. About the experience of violence, abuse, love, loss, and femininity. It is split into four chapters, and each chapter serves a different purpose. It’s difficult trying to review this because every poem is extremely personal, tender and exquisite in its own way.So I decided to feature some of my favorite ones:“you tell me to quiet down causemy opinions make me less beautifulbut i was not made with a fire in my bellyso i could [...]

    9. Well that was underwhelming. I don't really like poetry that much to begin with, but I was so curious about this book after seeing so many people loving it, so I decided to give it a go. I was expecting it to be really profound and ground-breaking and it just wasn't? There were maybe a dozen poems that were quite impactful, but the majority of them felt like filler to me.

    10. milk and honey tore through my analytical mind and burrowed deep into my ultra-sensitive soul. It slayed all my emotions, my feminist desires, and my love for vulnerable writing. I may not know a lot about poetry, but I do know a decent amount about feelings, and Rupi Kaur brought all my feelings tumbling out with this gorgeous collection of poems. She writes about love and loss, trauma, and femininity - subjects that I so happen to adore. In spare yet thorough language, she addresses what it fe [...]

    11. Some people call this poetry. I call it a bunch of pretty quotes from Tumblr or Pinterest or other similar site. The themes covered are incredibly relevant. And highly emotive which is probably why so many people connect with this collection. But in my opinion there is a difference in saying/telling what you feel and in writing/showing what you feel. This was a bunch of very quotable quotes about subject matters that need to be explored, and put front and centre into the public mindset, but with [...]

    12. “i am a museum full of artbut you had your eyes shut”Wow. Rupi Kaur really touched me deeply with this incredibly work of art. Her words of truth and honesty are so powerful and so full of emotion, I can't imagine anyone's eyes staying dry while reading it.A few times, though, I was a little confused, I couldn't comprehend the meaning of her words. The again came a poem about independence, how she was healing from her boyfriend's loss, closely followed by one that showed her hopeless and los [...]

    13. I'm not a huge poetry person, but I just had to buy this book after hearing so many people talking about it. It didn't disappoint in anyway. The poetry in this book is so raw and beautiful that I related to so many that I kept going back to reread my favorites and highlight and tab them.

    14. Breathtaking - Brutal - BeautifulRupi Kaur's poetry is unlike traditional poetry. For one thing - this small book feels like a graphic poetry novel. Many of the pages had a familiar 'looking-style' which short poems have.but with the delicate, simple, drawings, I forgot I was reading poetry. The drawings tell a story --we feel the emotions from the them before we even read the words. In essence, capturing bruises women have experienced. The book is divided into four sections: hurting, loving, br [...]

    15. These are just simplesentencesbroken upwith spaces.Seriously, some of them I was like, I love this! But I didn't view them as poems. They're more like simple quotes. But I get that this is a kind of poetry and people love it, but to me it's just not anything special.

    16. Maybe I am not the most apt person to give an opinion on this, but I will throw in my 2 cents anyway.First of all, I can't even remember the last time I read poetry. It is simply not that enjoyable to me. But I picked this up after seeing it on my Instagram feed a couple hundred times. I expected to be easily bored by it, but I read it in one sitting. Not that hard since the book is quite short and has lot of drawings, but still. I was surprised!Milk and honey may be poetry (for the most part), [...]

    17. 4.5 stars.Wow.I really didn't know what to expect when I picked up Rupi Kaur's exquisite collection of poetry and prose. Poetry is often hit or miss with me—I totally appreciate it as an art form but sometimes I just don't get it. (I'm as creative as the next person, but sometimes my brain is tired and just wants to be told what something means rather than struggle to decode it. Sorry, I'm a Neanderthal.)Milk and Honey is about happiness and despair, hurt and joy, love and sadness, and finding [...]

    18. milk and honeymakes you grateful for your love of reading because it makes you understand how powerful words can be. It fills you with peace, acceptance and joy. You know that moment when you read something and you think „I needed years and a lot of pain to come to the same conclusion, if only I would have read this book earlier, it tells everything with such clarity”. I will recommend it to anyone who’s sad, depressed, down, heartbroken or lost. Basically the message isaccept your flaws, [...]

    19. love is not cruel we are cruellove is not a gamewe have made a gameout of loveI can't believe it took me so long to finally read this poetry collection, after shivering over so much of Rupi's online poetry snippets over the years, but here we are, and it was captivating? Painful? Beautiful? Perfect?what i miss most is how you loved me. but what i didn't know was how you loved me had so much to do with the person i was. it was a reflection of everything i gave to you cruel i was to myself. giving [...]

    20. [4.5]“you // are your own // soul mate”This collection of poetry was gorgeous! I read and reread most of the poems. I savoured them. Took as much time as I could with them. They're genuinely hard-hitting, raw, full of emotion and so meaningful. 'milk and honey' is split into four parts, taking the reader on a journey about love and all the forms it manifests into. It speaks about family, absentee parents, cultural standards that are called out for its bullshit, but also leading you into a di [...]

    21. This was good, not great. Maybe I expected more because this has been recommended so much. It is split into 4 parts (the hurting, the loving, the breaking & the healing)The hurting section was great. There was a lot about negative fatherly figures that was easy for me to relate to. I didn't really enjoy the loving section. I don't get much out of poems about falling in love so this part was just meh. The breaking was underwhelming. A lot of repeating the same basic thought "you don't need a [...]

    22. To be simply put, this isn't a book meant to be loved or raved about. It is just meant to be read.I feel as if the people giving it three stars or so went in expecting it to ravish them, thrill them but it was not meant for that. Why on earth would you seek something so much more from a book that was written so truthfully, with feelings so raw that the hurt and the bitterness and the sorrows behind the words will never dull? This was her story. She isn't asking for you to judge if it's "exciting [...]

    23. When I was in college I used to cut quotes from magazines and tape them to my door. I would start in the center and by the end of the semester my door would be a work of art. I thought it an intense, dramatic representation of my feelings about love, beauty, and being defined by men (they were boys but I was too young to realize this then). This book reminds me of that. The cover is soft and black. It is a collection of thoughts that are not capitalized or punctuated. It is fragmented. It is hon [...]

    24. I absolutely loved this book. It brought me to tears more than once. As women we lose ourselves in other people. We forget that we are worth love and we are important too. I love how she talks about how women are taught to see themselves. This book is a raw look at life, love, abuse, and healing. Recommend to every woman everywhere.

    25. "How is it so easy for you to be kind to peoplehe askedk and honey dripped from my lips as I answered. cause people have not been kind to me." What an amazing sad little book.Milk and honey is a collection of poems about different subjects. The author zooms in on love, in particular, heartbreak, for most of the book, but other subjects, such as abuse and femininity, are also discussed. Rupi Kaur can write poetry like no other. She makes everything personal and sad and her words are for her. I no [...]

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