Author Archives: Lindsay Craik

About Lindsay Craik

Writer & Poet Poetry, plays and short stories

Neighbours to go

The people next door Are a force to be reckoned with Best kept at arms length The required reading says it all They have a different perspective Not in perfect working order When they let their children starve

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Taking time

Time forever in my mind Having time to make it good Waiting and wondering Pondering and thoughts Obtaining the guile To delivery plus Waiting and pondering Thoughts still wondering Getting words down A delivery must

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No together

No together It was a quick response When the house brownies appeared The little folk went mad As they were overwhelmed By the lack of sensitivity You’ll get some later The biggies said in blue Later said the little folk … Continue reading

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Carry on

It was years ago When I missed messages Coming from your faceless voice It was a fine line across melting ice Stopping me on the edge of temptation Pulling me to an unforeseen future Where new life began Where the … Continue reading

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