Paul Warren

Gold Star - 66,856 Points (ADELAIDE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA)

Paul Warren Poems

2561. Haiku - Sea Smell On The Wind -new- 4/9/2018
2562. The Rain On Your Roof -new- 4/12/2018
2563. Quiet Lies -new- 4/12/2018
2564. Search -new- 4/12/2018
2565. A Kind Word -new- 4/12/2018
2566. Retired Police -new- 4/12/2018
2567. Sam The Centipede -new- 4/14/2018
2568. I Know I Will Cry -new- 4/14/2018
2569. Kym The Koala -new- 4/14/2018
2570. The Mottled Sunlight -new- 4/14/2018
2571. A Well Worn Path -new- 4/14/2018
2572. Diet Sarsparilly -new- 4/15/2018
2573. Sense What's Good -new- 4/15/2018
2574. Tablets -new- 4/16/2018
2575. Moderation -new- 4/16/2018
2576. I Want To Dance -new- 4/20/2018
2577. The Winding Road -new- 4/20/2018
2578. Stay With Me Baby -new- 4/20/2018
2579. The Train -new- 4/20/2018
2580. The Deep Dark Place -new- 4/20/2018
2581. The Little Things -new- 4/20/2018
2582. Salve -new- 4/20/2018
2583. The Hanson Cab -new- 4/20/2018
2584. Anzac Day 2018 - Tyne Cot Cemetery -new- 4/20/2018

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Best Poem of Paul Warren

War - Ww1 - A Whisper On A Summer Breeze

An Australian day is dawning bright and new
In a wide bright sky forever painted azure blue
Kookaburras laugh greeting the sun's arrival
The steam engine strains awaiting its revival
And I see them together in love's fond embrace
The train leaving from home in god's good grace
Then a ship to France to end the War.

Love is just a whisper on a summer breeze
That caresses through the years
With a longing heart to please
And never disappears

Proud khaki men in hats turned up at the side
In a uniform for hard work and not parade ground pride
Excited ...

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Life - Last Day

If today was my last day
Would I approach it differently?
Would I make peace with the world?
Would I finally get what is coming to me?
Would I say that I love you and I am happy?
Would all the little annoyances now matter?
Would it be a day fulfilled or would I have regrets?
Would these questions all be answered or would they remain?

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