“The final poem in my book is actually called ‘Underneath the Roses Where I Remembered Everything’, because before she died, she told me that she’d tripped in the garden when she was tending to the roses and fractured her wrist. He (her husband) was so deaf that she lay underneath the rosebush while he was listening to the radio in the kitchen saying, ‘Can I have some help?!’ She said in the end she just laughed because she lay under the stars and thought about all of their memories together. She just waited out there until he came out to see if she was alright. I thought that was a really funny story so I incorporated that into my last poem in the collection.” - Molly Case (Cardiac Nurse, Spoken Word Artist, and Writer in Residence at The Royal College of Nursing) Read and share this story on Facebook!