I am not sure if I understand what exactly you want. If it gets on your nerves to always "load" all the files again, you might want to use Core-Images (under SBCL you can create these with sb-ext:save-lisp-and-die). If you always want to load some file on startup, you can put the load-command into the rc-file (~/.sbclrc, ~/.eclrc, etc., under linux, depending on the implementation you use). If you want a Package, maybe an .asd-File is the best. ASDF may be mighty, but for a simple "hello world"-application, you dont need to use all of it. The basic structure is simple:
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:description "Some Description"
:depends-on (#:package1 #:package2) ;you probably wont need this
:components ((:file "file1") (:file "file2") (:file "...")))
As most of these arguments are optional, it should be easy to use it. If this file is in the same directory as "file1", etc., then you should be able to load it using asdf.