This book is intended as a gift for someone grieving over the death of a loved one. The text is a poem left by a British soldier killed by an IRA landmine in 1989. It is apparently his adaptation of a poem written by Mary Frye in 1932. It is spoken from beyond the grave, and offers an extended consolation based on the idea that the dead have continuous life in nature's various manifestations - the wind, rain, snow, stars, and so on. Blue Lantern Studio displays their accustomed skill at finding unfamiliar images which bring deeper life to the text.