Man converts his girlfriend’s sleep talk into Rupi Kaur-style poems | Man turns girlfriend’s sleep talk into poems about ‘Rupi Kaur’

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A man turned his girlfriend’s sleepy speech into poems inspired by Indian-born poet Rupi Kaur.

A UK-based man turned his girlfriend’s sleepy speech into poems inspired by Indian-born poet Rupi Kaur. Harry Mitchell took to Twitter to post the “Rupi Kaur” poems and the post went viral.

When Harry noticed that his girlfriend was talking in her sleep, he decided to write them down. After taking notes for weeks, he turned sleep talk into short visual poems.

“My girlfriend talks in her sleep. I wrote them down for weeks and turned her dreams into rupi kaur poems,” Harry tweeted.

From crabs going into the sea and cats invited to cook catatouille to the drowning of the ship and the pirate using a telescope to see the fish, Harry’s girlfriend has had some crazy talk about sleep.

Looked:

rupi kaur sleep talk poems

rupi kaur sleep talk poems

rupi kaur sleep talk poems

rupi kaur sleep talk poems
(Images: Twitter / HarryIsLate)

The tweet that went viral was liked over 8.9 lakh times. While many netizens wanted Harry to publish a book about his girlfriend’s dreams, others shared the art they created from their partner’s sleep talk.

rupi kaur poems sleep talk

One user said, “Please make a book out of it and publish it!” 10/10, would definitely buy! Another wrote: “This is why I sleep in French. I have a feeling that is also why my husband decided to learn French …”

rupi kaur poems sleep talk

A third user said, “First, I need more of these products in my life! Second, are you single now for putting this out there? Yet another asked, “Have the editors contacted you yet?” “

Harry said he was inspired by another Twitter user who shared poems written in the style of Rupi Kaur. The poems were created by their roommate from words they would say while playing GTA.

Harry added that he had sought his girlfriend’s consent to post his poems inspired by his sleep talk on social media.

What do you think of these poems about sleep by Rupi Kaur-isque?

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