Milk and Honey - Part 3, “the breaking”, Section 3 Summary & Analysis

Rupi Kaur
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Poem 91. First person. The speaker refers to her inability to have, or understand, a balanced life, commenting that living in extremes has both good and bad sides – intensities of joy while in love and feeling shattered when love ends. Drawing: a shattered, patterned, cup and saucer.

Poem 92. “i came all this way / to give you all these things / but you aren’t even looking” (110).

Poem 93. “the abused / and the / abuser.” Title: “i have been both”, and is framed by the image of a hand flipping a coin (111).

Poem 94. “i am undoing you from my skin” (112).

Poem 95. First person. The speaker describes thinking of one man while kissing another. Drawing: two mouths kissing, the tongue of one extending into the other.

Poem 96. This poem refers to how “it” always (boils, itches, circles) back to “you” (114).

Poem 97. “i was music / but you had...

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