A bereft mother illustrates her inspirational story of her personal voyage, fraught with grief. Chronicled in a collection of ways she keeps her son's memory alive, the book sheds light on how death and heartache consume, in every conceivable way. The despair of a child predeceasing a parent is a traumatic, life-altering experience. With gut-wrenching pain, the author reveals her innermost feelings poetically and profoundly. Her candid account of the aftermath of losing her only child is vividly somber, saddled with sorrow, and page-turning. The immense power of love for Franklin is filled with sadness and fond memories that altered her life drastically, as she delves into parental abyss. The author reflects on a precious son described as a gifted visionary, an erudite and trailblazer, revered and sorely missed by his family. Her debut novel, laced with pithy quotes, reflections, photographs, and personal suffering, is a necessary book for anyone that has lost a child or loved one.