Author Archives: Lindsay Craik

About Lindsay Craik

Writer & Poet Poetry, plays and short stories

The Photograph

Every morning, your picture sits in front of me I see you every time I look up from my writing It focuses me more, my story is centred on you From the past, events build the backstory You revised the … Continue reading

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Cry Freedom

There is a cry, a voice to be heard Calling for freedom, calling it loud So loud that the island shakes Seeing the need freedom of too Freedom from the oppressors Those who keep us all down Freedom for the … Continue reading

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Apart is meant

I now see you You beat me and you have your way Not just now, but for decades, it has been so I take it, and I take it Like I have no choice Time will come when We will … Continue reading

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Cry Freedom

There is a cry, a voice to be heard Calling for freedom, calling it loud So loud that the island shakes Seeing the need freedom of too Freedom from the oppressors Those who keep us all down Freedom for the … Continue reading

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