carynontherhine’s Profile

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  • Age: 59
  • Location: Holiday, Fl
  • Gender: Female
  • Country: US
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My name is Caryn Sarah. Born and raised in New Jersey, a very small know everyone town of middle class. I would secretly take the subway over to New York city with my son's Father and there I experienced what real life was. Out of the fish bowl my Father kept me in and I mean no harm to his name as he was the best Father anyone could ever ask for, I married and gave birth to my first child a son. Traveled Europe and many places. Began writing at fourteen the usual age for feelings to go left unsaid and played out on pages of parchment. My daughter was born five years later and completing my task I found no desire to keep on going as I already had two irreplaceable and precious gifts. I also have been fortunate to have found a love for the medical field in which I could use my compassion seriously and for worth. I always say I have lived my life already. I have loved, I have lost, I have had the love of two beautiful human beings made from heaven and have seen all that has mattered to me. I think beauty is only skin deep and one should have more inside and that is my quest to the end of my life. To become beautiful on the inside where my heart and my spirit is with my Lord. I am a complicated person I have been told and am trying to be more open and this site has given me this opportunity. My son has always been a beacon in the night to me and at an early age he began to write poetry himself with added talents such as art and photography. My daughter is the picture of a sunrise in physical beauty and grace. They are what makes me go from living to feeling alive! My greatest joy, my life's dreams and now gave me five other tiny faces to look into and see duplicates of them. I love you all for being here for me and I will always be here for you all. Thank you for your comments and if you need one never fail to message me and I shall speed on over! In my convertable! Hugz

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dahlusion profile comment

10-28-2011

www.21stcenturypoets.com

MindNumbing profile comment

02-03-2011

I miss you, Caryn :( I sent you an email but haven't heard anything back. Hope everything's ok. **hugs**

spbsdude profile comment

02-02-2011

I am intrigued by your profile, and I love the photos of your what I assume are your beautiful grandchildren. We have many things in common. I have two children that are of my own blood, one girl from my first marriage, and one boy from the second marriage. But I also have a second daughter who has called me father, regardless of what has happened in my second marriage between myself and her natural mother, through whom I have five grandchildren, I love very much, and who all call me Papa. My son is currently in Clermont, Florida on an LDS mission. My own natural daughter has lived with her boyfriend for 6 or 7 years and is getting married next fall. I find poetry as an outlet. I grew up in a small town in central Utah, but my father and I never got along, and I have though he is dead I have written several poems abou the abuse I endured and a child, and that my mother and three other brothers also endured. I have three sister the oldest of which my Dad drove over the deep end long ago, but I still have happy memories of my youth, few of which include my father. He was not the best of fathers, but became a fabulous grandfather later on. Anyway. I have told you probably more than I've told anyone on this site. So now you know my history, but through my writings (poetry and stories) you will get to know my heart. all the best Spbsdude.

badwan profile comment

01-15-2011

Dear you asked me about my name, actualy this is my family name Badwan which may be the plural of bedouin this in arabic name .

carynontherhine

01/16/2011

Oh yes, how silly of me. Some are hard for me to figure out. Peace and Hugz

spbsdude profile comment

01-10-2011

That is one of the best biographies I have ever read. It is so open, and tender, and real. Props to you for opening yourself up to us.

Poetry is not a turning loose of emotion, but an escape from emotion.

T. S. Eliot (1888-1965) American-English poet and playwright.

carynontherhine’s Poems (7)

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Time 6
cabbage patch doll 11
A Mother's eyes 26
It was I 15
Born a King 13
My bestest friend 20
Christmas Morning 28