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This book helped me so much through the loss of my Dad and soon after my Uncle and Aunt.
I tried to read the book without skipping around, but instead returned repeatedly to the contents, the index, seeking favorite authors or personal revelations.
I would especially recommend it to anyone trying to find comfort in grieving the loss of loved one.
I found this book browsing the shelf at a bookstore (the old fashioned way?), and have since given it as a gift twice. Read morePublished 26 days ago by KR Lawson Bennett
In trying to deal with recent overwhelming loss, this book stands out by sharing moving insight and response through poetry.Published 9 months ago by Saskatoon
Open the page to feel another view of heartfelt experience ~ each page has a message. Sharing in the paradox of love ~ beauty ~ and the passing of someone in relationship. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Linda L. Harling
Great anthology of significant poets and their work. Very meaningful to me as a pastor and chaplain and to those I serve.Published 12 months ago by John E. Fureman
my daughter heard some of the poems on NPR and suggested I order the book immediately. and I am thrilled at how these poems have touched me.Published 22 months ago by Regina Vitolo
This book helped me so much through the loss of my Dad and soon after my Uncle and Aunt. It helps me even now when I am writing condolences to friends who are grieving. Read morePublished on March 16, 2013 by anonymous
The Art of Losing: Poems of Grief & Healing, edited by Kevin Young seemed a likely selection since I lost my father in 2008. Read morePublished on April 8, 2012 by M. Carroll