A stunning collection of tender and insightful poetry, this compendium of heartfelt verse strives to directly understand and cope with suicide. These poems are an earnest approach to surviving the suicide of a loved one and understanding the motives behind taking one’s own life. Written with a Christian sensibility, this book brings an interesting perspective when teaching the aspects of dealing with suicide.
James Clarke is a justice of the Ontario Court of Justice?General Division and the author of seven books of poetry, including Flying Home Through the Dark, Forced Passage, and How to Bribe a Judge. He is the author of the memoir A Mourner’s Kaddish: Suicide and the Rediscovery of Hope.