Franklin J. Warren

(1926 / Prescott, Arizona)

Franklin J. Warren Poems

1. Tides Of Time 7/8/2014
2. Evening Shadows 7/8/2014
3. A Cynic 7/8/2014
4. Belief Systems 7/8/2014
5. Cease To Be 7/8/2014
6. Character Analysis 7/8/2014
7. Humanity 7/8/2014
8. I Wish 7/8/2014
9. Lineage 7/8/2014
10. Religion Personified 7/8/2014
11. Sunset 7/8/2014
12. The Gardenia 7/8/2014
13. The Botanist 7/8/2014
14. The Universe 7/8/2014
15. Politics 2000 8/5/2014
16. Deception 8/5/2014
17. Silvering 8/5/2014
18. Times Arrow 8/5/2014
19. Disturbing World 8/5/2014
20. Insane World 8/5/2014
21. House Guest 8/8/2014
22. Kill The Messenger 6/19/2015
23. Manners 6/19/2015
24. Lonely, Tired, Depressed 6/19/2015
25. Gravity & Age 6/19/2015
26. This Human Race 6/19/2015
27. Preconceived Ideas 6/19/2015
28. In My Mind 6/19/2015
29. Chaos 6/19/2015
30. Trials and Tribulations 6/19/2015
31. HasIt Ever 6/19/2015
32. No Longer 6/19/2015
33. My Fate 6/19/2015
34. Memories of Old 6/19/2015
35. Pontificate 6/19/2015
36. Minds Eye 6/19/2015
37. Mired 6/19/2015
38. Eighty Nine 6/19/2015
39. The Universe 6/19/2015
40. How Much Love 1/2/2003

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Reverie

Today I think of days long gone.
With no one to call my own,
Those wonderful days of the past,
Linger on and last and last.

Days of youthful expectations,
Blissful days full of sensations,
Sunny days all too short,
Rainy days in which to cavort.

Swimming in the old swimming hole,
Youthful days without any goal,
The smell of new mown hay,
To feed the animals on a winter day.

Each new day is a wonder of new things.
We have yet to know mankinds stings,
Lazy days of doing nothing, just pure bliss,
That no one should ever ...

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How Much Love

How much love can one give,
An infinite amount I believe,
How long can a love live,
For as long as one can perceive.

If there is an eternity,
There, so love must be,
A never ending dance,
Of sweet romance.

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