Poetry Reviews

Poetry review: Milk and Honey

Author: Rupi Kaur Pages: 204 Edition: E-book Publication Date: 17th November 2014 Read: April 25th – April 26th 2018 Rating:  milk and honey is a collection of poetry and prose about survival. It is about the experience of violence, abuse, love, loss, and femininity. It is split into four chapters, and each chapter serves a different… Continue reading Poetry review: Milk and Honey

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Poetry anthologies I want to read this year

Last year I read four poetry anthologies, and all four were poignant and intense. I really enjoyed all of them and they reignited my love of poetry enough that I wish I’d managed to read more. So this year I’m making a concerted effort to pick up more collections, and these are a few at… Continue reading Poetry anthologies I want to read this year

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5 Poetry Anthologies I NEED to read

After reading Kate Tempest’s Hold Your Own recently, I went to a poetry evening with my parents. Collectively, these two events sparked a reemergence of  love for poetry as a form that never fails to give me a quick shot of inspiration straight into the bloodstream. The result of this rekindling of love, is that I’m desperate… Continue reading 5 Poetry Anthologies I NEED to read