If you are reading this, you are probably dealing with the loss of someone in your life. This journal has a couple functions. Each day’s entry is paired with a poem dealing with someone’s grief and loss. Some are very personal. Others were shared by millions of people. Each poem may hit close to home, or may not apply to you at all. This can help you connect with your own grief, or may help you connect with the grief of others. Hopefully by the time you get to the end of the hundred days, you at least may realize you are not alone.I have been writing poems about grief and loss for almost 40 years. People either feel one of two things; Anger at the loss of their lived one, or gratitude for the time they had them in their lives. These tend to be opposite states, so it is impossible to feel both at the same time. Many people never make the transition to gratitude. This grief journal helps by making gratitude the first thing to focus on every day. You may see things differently after writing in this book for 100 days. Hopefully you will find that you can focus less on what you have lost, and more on the gift you were given by that person being in your life.