In this inspirational article, we have curated a few of the best Rupi Kaur quotes on love, life, feminism, relationship, strength, self-love, woman, and much more.
Poet Rupi Kaur is one of my favorite writers to date, among Nicholas Sparks, Arch Hades, and others. Like me, there are thousands of more readers who like to read the best Rupi Kaur poems and quotes.
So, let’s begin with a brief about Rupi Kaur and her life, and then read her inspirational and lovely poems.
Who is Rupi Kaur?
Rupi Kaur is one of the most loved poets on Instagram, having over 4 million followers. Along with Instagram, she has around 700K readers following her on Facebook.
Along with being a poet and author, she is also an artist who creates soulful illustrations and drawings. You can see some of the illustrations and drawings in her books and social media handles. Rupe is only 21 yet and has already sold more than 8 millions copies of her books.
Born in the state of Punjab in India, she now holds the nationality of Canada. She has written three books to date. Milk and Honey is her debut book which experienced massive success. It was listed among the New York Times Best Seller List for a year. The second book is The Sun and Her Flowers, while the latest one is Home Body.
A quick-list of Rupi Kaur books:
Milk and Honey
The Sun and Her Flowers
Her books have been translated into more than 42 languages.
Rupi Kaur’s books are mostly focused on love, feminism, self-love, loss, heartbreak, women surviving difficult times, and inspiration. She was named as the “Writer of the decade” by The New Republic.
Best Rupi Kaur Love Quotes & Poems From Her Poetries
Below are some of the top Rupi Kaur poems and quotes on feminism, life, love, woman, wedding, heartbreak, and much more. These poems and quotes have been taken from her books- Milk and Honey, and The Sun and Her Flowers.
Milk and Honey Poems
A few of my favorite poems from Milk and Honey book:
Rupi Kaur Love Quotes From The Sun and Her Flowers
Rupi Kaur Inspirational Quotes
Rupi Kaur Quotes on Love & Heartbreak
“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 you. coming back to me. how did i not see that. how. did i sit here soaking in the idea that no one else would love me that way. when it was i that taught you. when it was i that showed you how to fill. the way i needed to be filled. how cruel i was to myself. giving you credit for my warmth simply because you had felt it. thinking it was you who gave me strength. wit. beauty. simply because you recognized it. as if i was already not these things before i met you. as if i did not remain all these things after you left.”
“i want to apologize to all the women i have called beautiful
before i’ve called them intelligent or brave
i am sorry i made it sound as though
something as simple as what you’re born with
is all you have to be proud of
when you have broken mountains with your wit
from now on i will say things like
you are resilient, or you are extraordinary
not because i don’t think you’re beautiful
but because i need you to know
you are more than that”
“you tell me to quiet down cause my opinions make me less beautiful but i was not made with a fire in my belly so i could be put out i was not made with a lightness on my tongue so i could be easy to swallow i was made heavy half blade and half silk difficult to forget and not easy for the mind to follow”
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