So Much to Love: So Much to Lose explores the vibrancy of love, mottled with loss and the threat of more loss. The poetry arises from the natural world and experiences of living in personal, societal, and ecological relationships. Moore dwells on the complexities of love, as it reveals beauty, tragedy, and deep relations among all beings of creation. The same love awakens readers to the pain of loss and evokes hope for a world in which all life flourishes and in which natural cycles of loss can be grieved and embraced, while human-made violence and destruction can be abhorred and protested. This book is an invitation to people who are searching for spiritual depths in our beautiful and tragic world. It invites readers to meditate, imagine, and ponder their own lives in the living web of the planet.