A wonderful collection of poetry covering the arc of a lifetime's experiences of childhood, family, love and death from writer, poet, former nurse and bereavement counsellor Jeni Braund. ROWAN WILLIAMS the former Archbishop of Canterbury writes of Jeni's work: “These are finely crafted and vivid poems, formally well shaped, emotionally sharp and compassionate. The collection also includes some wonderful evocations of the Cornish coast, drawing together personal recollection and spiritual reflection. They are a pleasure to read, and often more than a pleasure – a challenge and a chance to go deeper into our perceptions of both Creator and creation” Proceeds from the sale of each book will go to the Anthony Nolan charity in the hope that many more families will be spared the pain of losing a loved one. To give hope is the greatest gift, to care for the Dying, the greatest privilege of my working life.