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‘Stop crimes against poetry’: Netizens slam poet Rupi Kaur for sexual narration of her own poem

Rupi Kaur sexually narrates her own poem from her book 'milk and honey' but this narration didn't really go well with the poetry lovers.

The Indian-born Canadian poet, Rupi Kaur has managed to emerge as one of the most popular and influential poets in recent times. Home body, the sun and her flowers, milk and honey, the sun and her flowers, milk and honey, boxed set, I also send love notes are some of the most celebrated books by the author. However, Rupi Kaur has also been one of the most controversial poets too. In a recent development, a video of Rupi Kaur is doing rounds on the internet. In the video, the poet is seen doing a dramatic reading of a popular quote from her book ‘Milk and Honey’. The quote reads,

“You must have known you were wrong when your fingers were dipped inside me searching for honey that would not come for you.”


This sexual narration from her own book milk and honey didn’t really go well with the netizens. It did go viral in a very short span of time but not for a good reason.

Check out these reactions:

What do you guys think about her poetry?

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Mayuresh Patil
My Instagram says I am silent-ink, My Facebook says I am a Newsy Guy. And My Gmail says I am an Utter Chaos. To sum up, a combination of Creativity + Simplicity. Also, never underestimate the power of words.

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