Sea of Words, Waves of Time is Cameron R. Blair’s first publication, encapsulating nearly thirty years of writing. Readers can follow his personal growth and reinvention first-hand, and be inspired to delve into their own inner workings.
A collection of short-form poetry, observations, and lyrics, each of Blair’s pieces is uniquely categorized in place and time. While the concepts in this collection are largely universal, the work will appeal especially to Canadian audiences, as the location in which each poem was conceptualized ranges across the country, from British Columbia to Halifax and many places in between.
Blair’s work provides a real and insightful look at the world—both internal and external. Blair explores concepts such as fatherhood, marriage, and love and lust; he reflects on childhood trauma and provides political, cultural, and environmental commentary. A celebration of a life—one that encourages inclusion and diversity—Blair’s work also highlights some of his life’s challenges, such as living with ADHD. The collection explores themes of sexuality and rediscovery and is intended to spark self-reflection in its readers, as the author experienced during its writing.