The writing you will find here is focused on my first love – poetry – in all its forms. I have always been a free verse kind of girl, doing to my best to prove Robert Frost wrong for at least the last 30 years of my writing life, but I also love to challenge myself (and my author-readers) to write traditional structured lines and follow classic poetic rules once in awhile.

As I write this, my mind is swirling with possibilities. Although I have a clear focus and intention for this blog, some new opportunities have presented themselves. Offers quite unexpected and very much appreciated. It will keep me busy writing and I embrace it with open arms and open heart.

Ah, the journey of a writer. Never-ending, mind-boggling and at times, maddening! I wouldn’t have it any other way.

I hope my writing inspires you, resonates within you and provokes Deepthought.

May your blessings be many.

C. Rhys



18 thoughts on “Home

  1. Cairenn, thank you for stopping and following my blog today. You are so right about the journey of a writer. I was away from it for many years and found my way back this past year. It has been a great place to rediscover. I look forward to following your poetry in whatever form it appears.

    Take care,


  2. Great! It’s a good start of the New Year! May all your wishes come true in 2013 ;-).

    Thanks also for reading my blog! Warm Welcome!

    Love and Light,


  3. I have nominated you for the ‘Very Inspiring Blog Award’ seehttp://jahnosecret.wordpress.com/2013/01/08/very-inspiring-blogger-award/ for details. Peace, Michael.

  4. Hi Cairenn, Found my way here fine… Your sweet poetry is melodic and redolent with spiritual yearning. It touched me… With Light & Love Scott x

  5. Cool to hear that you challenge yourself to write both in poetic forms and structures as well as free verse. I meet so many people who are either only free verse or only forms, and I think you can learn so much by jumping between both! I love free verse but actually my favourite form to write in is the villanelle. No idea why, though, it just is. I guess maybe it’s the slightly cyclical nature of the form, being forced to hone in on a single thought, event, feeling or whatever. Looking forward to reading more of your poetry when I’m not so bleary-eyed with tiredness. :P

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