Shattered

mist

Resting, weary to my bones

I searched the road we’re travelling

So far from home and kindness

Looking back down the rocky path

Many times confused by mist

My shattered body took up the pack

Soldiering on onto the scree

After another mile

Resting, weary to my bones

I searched the rocky path we’re travelling

In the mist torches shone

I made a move and we were gone

 

About Lindsay Craik

Writer & Poet Poetry, plays and short stories
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