Philip Carter

Rookie - 10 Points (London)

Philip Carter Poems

1. Giving Blood 12/6/2012
2. Too Many Sirens 12/6/2012
3. Christmas Tree 12/6/2012
4. Fallen Over 12/6/2012
5. Clapham Old Town 12/6/2012
6. I Had A Shave 12/8/2012
7. Hs2 Link 12/8/2012
8. I Don'T Care 12/8/2012
9. Forgotten Memories 12/11/2012
10. The End Of The World 12/20/2012
11. Bar Banter 12/30/2012
12. Knock At The Door 1/1/2013
13. The Darkness 1/1/2013
14. Ghost Or Dream 1/1/2013
15. Today Is Tuesday 1/1/2013
16. Empty Heart 1/6/2013
17. Please Love Me 2/20/2013
18. The Hunter Is Now The Hunted 5/11/2013
19. A Free Soul 5/11/2013
20. On The Bridge 5/11/2013
21. Alone On The Streets 5/11/2013
22. Hunger For Some 5/11/2013
23. My Mind Wanders 5/11/2013
24. Stating The Obvious 5/11/2013
25. I Like Saying Like 5/11/2013
26. The Mirror 5/28/2013
27. Will There Be A Heaven? 5/28/2013
28. What Is The Point? 5/28/2013
29. Pink Is Todays Colour 6/1/2013
30. The Storm 6/9/2013
31. Lover Killer 6/11/2013
32. Annoying Texters 12/6/2012
33. Not Many Blessings To Count 4/26/2013
34. Why Do I Feel Jealous? 5/2/2013
35. Rain Down The Window 6/12/2013
36. The Station 6/12/2013
37. Reverence To Nature 6/26/2013
38. No Longer Loves Me 7/14/2013
39. Looking Down On Me 7/15/2013
40. Broken Cycle 7/27/2013
Best Poem of Philip Carter

I Am Drowning

The wave rolls in and grabs my feet
Then tries to pull me back
But I resist its best efforts
For power, it has a lack
The wave recedes and I feel smug
That I'm still here on the shore
I've beaten the tide that has claimed lives
So many times before
But pride comes before a fall
As so many people say
I've had my pride and now my fall
Will come to me this day
Another wave comes crashing in
And knocks me to the ground
And pulls me back into the sea
And there is water all around
I fight the sea to keep my head
Up above the wave
I can't swim I ...

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Christmas Tree

Oh Christmas Tree,
Old Christmas Tree
How sad to see you lying.
Out in the road, out in the cold,
Your tree sap slowly drying.
The tinsels gone, the fairy's flown,
The lights are out, you're all alone,
Oh Christmas tree,
Old Christmas tree,

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