Milk and Honey - Part 3, “the breaking”, Section 4 Summary & Analysis

Rupi Kaur
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Poem 111. First person. The speaker, referring to “you,” comments on how the beloved’s body is the only one she wants “to be undressed under.” Drawing: two people, nude, nestled into each other in the “spooning” position (129).

Poem 112. First person. The speaker, referring to “you,” discusses how broken she felt after the beloved left.

Poem 113. First person. The speaker, referring to “you,” recalls whispering as the door closed behind the beloved. Drawing: a female hand reaching.

Poem 114. First person, prose poem. In the first paragraph, the speaker (referring to “you”) refers to the joy and strength she discovered in herself after the beloved left. Then a short paragraph: “but then.” The third paragraph refers to the speaker’s belief that all the pain and suffering of the relationship and its ending would be forgotten in a wave of love if the...

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