Amberlee Carter

Rookie - 0 Points (12-16-1981 DOD: everyday)

Amberlee Carter Poems

1. Skins 4/21/2005
2. Balm For The Soul 4/21/2005
3. Late Sunday Afternoon...Or Early Evening 6/26/2005
4. Rainbows At 4am 6/28/2005
5. The Longest Mile 5/30/2005
6. They Tell Me My Future Is Shining 4/5/2005
7. The Spider, The Fly And The Web 4/5/2005
8. Inspirational Poem 3/26/2005
9. Of Hours Spent (In Slavery) Or Atlas Of A Modern World 3/30/2005
10. Homogenized 3/30/2005
11. In A Dream I Slit My Wrist (In Reality, I'M Not That Strong) 2/4/2005
12. 02-23-05 2/23/2005
13. Of Feathers And Thorns 2/23/2005
14. The Wisdom Of Have Not 2/24/2005
15. The Parking Lot 12/7/2005
16. Everything That Will Not Change 12/12/2005
17. Revelations In A Sunday Morning Shower 12/18/2005
18. I Am So Full Of The World (A Birthday Poem 2005) 12/18/2005
19. Sigh 4/15/2005
20. Crash Test Dummies 4/15/2005
21. Tearing Down The Marble Arch 11/17/2004
22. Sleeping On The Chest Of July 2/4/2005
23. Sister Was Dying 3/26/2005
24. The Back Breaking Of Saint 5/13/2005
25. Anna 11/18/2005
26. Two Cities Who Love 11/30/2005
27. A Ruins 12/1/2005
28. Romance 3/9/2005
29. Some Time In August 04 1/20/2005
30. While The Dark Scribbles Stars 1/20/2005
31. I Am Youth's Soldier 1/20/2005
32. The Fourth Stall 11/17/2004
33. Becker Vs. Dylan 3/23/2005
34. Free-Will Mechanics 3/11/2005
35. In Closing 2/24/2005
36. The Battle Of Trees 1/20/2005
37. .... 1/20/2005
38. Living In The Aftermath Of A Dream 1/26/2005
39. Afterbirth 1/13/2005
40. Empty Beds: A Poem To A Winter Night 1/20/2005

Comments about Amberlee Carter

  • Xxx Xxx (7/12/2008 11:22:00 AM)

    reading your poetry is a constant rejoicing...I guess, your burdens have put you somewhere with someone and something...

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  • Robert Wright (6/18/2007 12:01:00 PM)

    I love the rhythm and cadence of your poetry - it's so powerful! !

  • Joe Howell (1/2/2006 8:30:00 PM)

    A breath of fresh air!

  • Pamela Castineiras (1/1/2006 4:44:00 PM)

    Look, I found you. ^__^

  • Christine Anderson (8/21/2005 5:03:00 AM)

    You are one of the most upsetting poets I have ever read... and I love you!

  • Sofiul Azam (8/1/2005 8:48:00 AM)

    We were born in the same year! and write poems for ourselves and others with whom we can share our feelings. I am glad you are on the way to get published soon after the completing of your manuscript. Your poems are fantastic and promising indeed. I have a friendly suggestion: don't write too much, better make your poems a bit solid in your supposed craftmanship that would certainly take you far away to the place where all your dreams will come true partially if not completely. I wish you success and want to be friends with you. You can read my poems here on the same site.

  • Uriah Hamilton (6/7/2005 6:07:00 AM)

    Of course, like Mireille, I consider Amberlee a great poet, I'm very happy to have found her work!

  • Mireille Laborie (5/29/2005 6:43:00 AM)

    I knew and appreciated your poems a while ago now, in this lovely Poetic Constellations family.

    I'm really glad to know I'll be able to read more from you here. You're a great poet, whose pen brushes life, feelings with the colors of life and it's beautiful.


  • moonworm festers (5/21/2005 12:56:00 AM)

    it'll be a long time before i go through all your 100 works, and it'll be delirious buffet for the senses. do hope you get published, and soon!

  • kenneth william snow (4/17/2005 7:06:00 PM)

    I left a comment on the first poem you posted 'between two griefs' It is an extraordinary effort by an extraordinary woman.

Best Poem of Amberlee Carter

Broken Bones

They gave me reality alterations-
told me to rest:
tomorrow will bring better days.
I question the existence of tomorrow-
I've been awake all night, counting stars and
it would seem, at this hour
today never ended so how could it ever arrive?

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I imagined
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.

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