Paul Warren

Gold Star - 58,390 Points (ADELAIDE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA)

Paul Warren Poems

441. Australia - The Red Centre In Winter 5/30/2017
442. Valhalla 5/30/2017
443. My Friends, Buddies And Mates 5/30/2017
444. Yesterday 5/31/2017
445. Our Bodies Touch 5/31/2017
446. Science Fiction - The Shipwreck Survivor 5/31/2017
447. War - Ww1 - The Legend Of The Sandwich 6/2/2017
448. Crooked Politicians 6/2/2017
449. Science Fiction - The Rapture 6/2/2017
450. Haiku - The Winter Sun 6/2/2017
451. Greenhouse Gases 6/2/2017
452. Glad Bags And Glad Rags 6/2/2017
453. Police - The Industrial Accident 6/2/2017
454. Going Home 6/2/2017
455. Snakes 6/2/2017
456. Snake Catchers 6/2/2017
457. Daydream Believer 6/4/2017
458. The Leaf 6/4/2017
459. Believe 6/4/2017
460. Shadows In The Moonlight 6/4/2017
461. Point Of View 6/4/2017
462. Stuffed 6/4/2017
463. Rust, Plastic, Global Warming, Terrorists And War 6/4/2017
464. Sea Of Flowers 6/4/2017
465. Pain, Hope 6/4/2017
466. I Dips M' Lid 6/4/2017
467. Names And Memories 6/4/2017
468. Ending It 6/4/2017
469. Ode To Spike 6/4/2017
470. Moral Justice 6/4/2017
471. I Am Older Now Than My Father Ever Was 6/4/2017
472. Do You..... 6/5/2017
473. The Fly 6/5/2017
474. Wilfie Taylor 6/9/2017
475. Anger 6/9/2017
476. Yin And Yang 6/9/2017
477. Ode To Mummy 6/9/2017
478. Know Your Enemies 6/9/2017
479. You Can't Change The World 6/9/2017
480. The Song 6/10/2017
Best Poem of Paul Warren

Love - I Dream Of You

I dream of you
When I feel the first rays of the morning sun
At evening when the long day is finally done
On a blazing day when a cool breeze blows
And when I see someone wiggling their nose
When I feel the first drops of a rain fall by
And when a rainbow arch bends across the sky
You still know how to make me smile
Please come and sit with me awhile.

© Paul Warren Poetry

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War - Ww1 - The Bath

An ordinary Australian from an ordinary country place
Who rallied to the flag's call with god's good grace
He was one of the 33rd Battalion "New England's Own"
Into this swirling maelstrom they were duly thrown
The Great War was raging and to the Western Front he went
A lottery of shell, bullet and gas was his unending lament.

In 1917 the Germans attacked with a fury not before wrought
The Australians held the line and were tested as they fought

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