Death is a fact of life, and also the natural conclusion of one.
These poems deal with the loss of loved ones and with coping mechanisms. They also deal with suicidal thoughts and how to cope with those.
Life and death depend on each other, and this is hard but necessary to acknowledge in order to accept death for what it is. We couldn’t do without it.
These are not dark poems – they are rather full of acceptance. When someone dies, the bereaved feel that they have lost something. It must necessarily be so. What matters is how that feeling is treated. How one chooses to go from there.