Author Archives: Lindsay Craik

About Lindsay Craik

Writer & Poet Poetry, plays and short stories

Deliverance

In the corner of a dark place Hangs a head in dire shame, Turning over a life’s worries; Taking on all the mounting blame. A cranial void of no solutions, Black as tunnel light can be, Wondering where the chances … Continue reading

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No giraffes

No giraffe was seen today It was there before the virus No one, except me, seems to care Folk now gad about and gather closely I stay back a bit, and go around the early times The history of different … Continue reading

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Come the reaper

Entangled in a spider’s web Frozen by layers of lies We watch the fire sale Aghast that the wisdom of age Allowing it to happen and progress No repercussion No real discussion No statesmen in power Just the reapers; reaping … Continue reading

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Fire! Fire!

He was scarred as a lobster seeing steam come from water He opened every window wide Hearing the rustling trees double-park across the gate Working steady, a work of hate A dying spark in the little campfire set fire around … Continue reading

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