Top 5 Poetry Books

Amberly DuMond

I love to read, and recently poetry has been a big part of the genre I am reading. I got my subscription to Kindle Unlimited, so I have been opened to a lot of free poetry books. I decided to share my favorites!

The Sun and Her Flowers by Rupi Kaur

The book really opens up to serious modern day issues in a much happier sense. It’s not as dark as her first book. “Milk and Honey.” The thing that makes it most unique is her perspective of immigration.

The Princess Saves Herself in This One by Amanda Lovelace 

Amanda does a great job at capturing the ideas of loss in time of a loved ones death.. How it feels, but also the healing process.

Rest in the Mourning by r.h sin

This book revolves a lot around relationships. Although there is a lot of dramatics in it. He leaves the book open ended to interpret what you want about the poetry.


Whiskey Words, and a Shovel by r.h Sin

R.h Sin does a great job at focusing on poetry that both genders can relate too, so he tries his best to go back and forth on different topics relating to people of diversity.

Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur

This is a well known book, as it is actually a best seller. I’ve read it more than once. It relates to darker subjects, so It may not be a book for you if depression is a triggering topic; however, the purpose of the book was to show what she healed from as an adult.

It’s interesting that all of these books are all published within the same company because they are all very similar (including their covers.) They all have their own individuality so props to Andrew McMeel Publishing for taking notice in these poets’ writing talents!

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