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Canadian poet and spoken word artist who initially rose to fame on Instagram and Tumblr sharing her short visual poetry. After gaining 4.2 million followers on Instagram for her poignant verses, she released her debut poetry collection Milk and Honey.
She inherited her love of art from her mother and began drawing and painting at five years old. She continued her art into her teens, but at the age of seventeen began to focus more in writing and performing.
She released her second poetry collection, The Sun and her Flowers, in October 2017.
She and her parents immigrated to Toronto, Canada when she was a child. Her sister, Keerat, is an artist and singer and performed the song version of her poem “Milk and Honey.”
She retweeted journalist Rana Ayyub in February 2021.
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If I body-shame a woman, it is more a reflection of me being critical of my body, me not being able to keep up to certain standards I have, and so making sure that the women around me feel the same way.Rupi Kaur
I grew up thinking I was going to change the world, but not because I was treated like a special snowflake. It’s a silly label. People are starving. We need to feed them. That’s the end of the conversation.Rupi Kaur
I used to submit to anthologies and magazines when I was a student – but I knew I was never going to be picked up.Rupi Kaur
Being that my parents and I were immigrants to Canada, I didn’t have the most lavish life growing up.Rupi Kaur
There have been articles saying that all women need to read my book. I ask, why not all men? In fact, that would be even more valuable because we women want to sit down with men and tell them – this is how we feel, this is what we go through.Rupi Kaur