I Wish I Had More Mothers by Ann Gray
Would having more mothers make the loss of one less painful? Following her mother on her dementia journey, Ann Gray shows us that in the chaos there can also be tenderness, humour and love.
We both loved this moving, tender collection of poems which explores what it means to have and to lose a mother. The poems in this pamphlet are lyrical, carefully crafted with a lightness of touch and, so importantly, "unafraid to be kind". At once a joyful and aching read. – Liz Berry