Author Archives: Lindsay Craik

About Lindsay Craik

Writer & Poet Poetry, plays and short stories

At Winter Solstice

The memory comes home again, Burning story from my youth Shining through all of me; The love and the truth. Feeling renewed; Sharing it With my Friends  ————   At Winter Solstice and dear family. Benefiting From the reflection Of Christmas … Continue reading

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Christmas for Three

On her way from the children’s home, Nina sat silently in the car. Everything was new and all felt good. The lady, Jean, was kind and did not react to the swearing like others did. The man, John, had a … Continue reading

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Vision of You 

                                                          Mmmm, Mmmm I see you there, In my head; thin and short, looking half dead. Moving on from here to there, never stopping: taking care; making sure of the right move; so there’s none they can prove. But I … Continue reading

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Streaking Red

Hanging off the edge of time Holding back the scary dread Mulling over, catching words Of secrets that we still keep Moving onward to the fate As in perpetual motion Taking us there, in dire fear Through the blackness Streaks … Continue reading

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