Carter lives and writes in Orillia, Ontario. Her poetry, prose and
articles about social issues and adventures far afield have appeared
in Grain, Prairie Fire, The Danforth Review,
CV2, Event, NOW Magazine, Adbusters, THIS Magazine, The Globe
and Mail and a number of other publications. She is currently
seeking a publisher for Lichen Bright, her first collection
of poetry, completed with the help of an Ontario Arts Council grant.
Dogs, a good hike, and her brother's sense of humour are some of
her favourite things. She can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the wind I found a promise:
things for repairs
bones that are bruised,
stopped at a wall.
whole day of wondering,
scratched like grooves on stone.
am stilled. Caught
autumn when the snow won’t come,
spring still lit by winter.