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.
They gave me reality alterations- told me to rest: tomorrow will bring better days. I question the existence of tomorrow-
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.