Amberlee Carter (12-16-1981 DOD: everyday)
Biography of Amberlee Carter
Amberlee Carter Poems
...Shaving My Legs
....shaving my legs to enya, it makes me feel clean. you've got free long distance- you should visit more often.
...Changing The Color To Sunrise
(you know who you are) pages of poetry scatter
nser eEding hHre (RrRted)
We were never traditional lovers- but we were very good at being
Last Night And Then This Morning
the last leaves of autumn fell, finding a grave in the imprint of stranger's feet- shallow as it was, they seemed content
I’ve extracted you from my body like a sliver-
Empty Beds: A Poem To A Winter Night
Ok, so I'm sorry. Isn't that what you wanted to know? in that case, you win.
Because I Could Not Compete With Skyscra...
Because now there is nothing more between us, except, 39 hours and 54 minutes that translates into: distance
Between Two Griefs
last night while I played in another realm of consciousness, I felt your hand move against mine, as if you were reaching out
This is a death threat for no one, a suicidal promise to someone, a reaper's ransom note.
A Safe Distance From My Destruction
let me be nothing to you, not a bell with a voice
leave me- sun, moon, stars wilting, glass fixture and iris
Chronic Observatioin Disorder
The quiet wait, contemplate, the scene- everything it contains, The mundane, the magic, the vibrant, the apathetic-
Mother woke me this morning, her voice, a rattle of earth and worms- it may not concern you, she is dead.
After Erratic Encounters
I woke, awkwardly in the dim light of morning to find the world hushed in newborn snow.
rain casting bows
cross your sleep struck neck,
you tossed and sighed
heavy skin to bitter winter-
Your shoulders slender and spent,
you held up the world
and it gave you exhaustion.