Home Body - Rupi Kaur

Home Body

By Rupi Kaur

  • Release Date: 2020-11-17
  • Genre: Poetry
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 198 Ratings)


From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of milk and honey and the sun and her flowers comes her greatly anticipated third collection of poetry.

rupi kaur constantly embraces growth, and in home body, she walks readers through a reflective and intimate journey visiting the past, the present, and the potential of the self. home body is a collection of raw, honest conversations with oneself - reminding readers to fill up on love, acceptance, community, family, and embrace change. illustrated by the author, themes of nature and nurture, light and dark, rest here.

i dive into the well of my body
and end up in another world
everything i need
already exists in me
there’s no need
to look anywhere else

- home


  • So wonderful

    By sjsuhv
    I loveeeeeeeed it Amazing
  • Transperant

    By Richard Bakare
    Trigger Warning for those not familiar with Rupi Kaur’s work or victims of past trauma themselves. Many sensitive themes are covered in this collection by the poet. The subject matter in this collection is dark and unnerving. At the same time Rupi Kaur’s brave representation of her struggles through poetry and drawings is oddly up-lifting. In that, from the beginning the damage and struggle are laid bare. The journey through the collection is not one to some final end point of being “healed” but a glimpse into the journey itself. There are moments of despair painstakingly detailed, vistas of promising days ahead, and all the minutiae in-between. This level of transparency in this format comes at a sacrifice. The artist examining pieces of themselves under an unforgiving microscope of writing and then offering it up to the world. From all of that mining for coal comes a few great diamonds in this ensemble. Her ode to her bed being especially complex because of her experiences with assault and men. You are along for a very complex journey through all of the transformative phases in each section. The dual themes of self reliance and need for community offer a mental calculus of how much healing and empowerment we can draw from within versus without.
  • Beautiful and painful

    By Terrific And Helpful App
    This book is moving, painful, and true. She writes about sexual assault, love, sex, relationships, self love, and the power of women. As well as the power of friendship. I love everything Rupi has written, and this book definitely measures up. A wonderful read!
  • beautiful!!

    By tara.lexi
    well worth the read always!
  • The Best Yet

    By KameoN1999
    This not only was one of her best works, but it spoke to so many things. Things that make people feel uncomfortable and raw, but brings healing and understanding to a lot. I was able to note on many pages & give to my little sister to read. Love this book forever!
  • Ehhhh not the best

    By jasophia1
    This book was completely underwhelming, I love the first book she wrote but this was kind of a let down. It didn’t come off as very poetic to me. It came off more like a rehearsal of statements of present day issues in relation to herself. I agree with it all but I Didn’t love it from a poetic stand point
  • Inspiration

    By Kayedanielle
    So uplifting and real. Reminds me of my loved ones past and present. I adore the lines about embracing the act of aging. Such sweet words.
  • Love ❤️

    By Zonkey69
    Crude, laughed and made me feel like I was powerful at the end ❤️
  • Just as good as I thought it would be! Even better.

    By Jess4419
    I’ve read every single piece of artwork that Ms. Rupi has created and honestly her words have never failed to soothe my aching soul. Genuine words coming from the heart, the hurt, the struggle, the healing, it definitely gives you a different perspective on things!