Author Archives: Lindsay Craik

About Lindsay Craik

Writer & Poet Poetry, plays and short stories

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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New high

Came a long distance today Peeled back the reality Came to see the denial Felt better with the clarity Saw the broken wings They stopped me flying Drank the watered down cup It took me back; I was crying Without … Continue reading

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Absence of life

John met many people. Some days it was his daughter, even when she was still on the phone. Other days it was different folk Some were soldiers and some were children None of them said anything not to him or … Continue reading

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Come together

Bare bricks shine red Across the dusty floors A balanced purpose To ignite the attraction Binding knotted threads Of anticipation As the electric warning Strobes out and around A base cord sounds encouragingly The drum roll confirms the beat Lead … Continue reading

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