Author Archives: Lindsay Craik

About Lindsay Craik

Writer & Poet Poetry, plays and short stories

Pittencrieff

where are you now in lists of old in places gone and often told all around of little change the Tower Burn runs on and on now through the park that changed the world in Pittsburgh back now in peoples’ … Continue reading

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The Signalman

The trains they’ve come and gone. They travel here and there, no more. The journey’s end has quickly come from scenes that slowly went before. The stations passed of births and deaths and of other times remembered, seem distant now, … Continue reading

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resolution

  saw it there in the fading light;    shadow in approaching night.    wondered what it was about     too fearful then to cry out,      move from my position,       know the apparition,        to follow the fear, … 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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