Paul Warren

Gold Star - 67,988 Points (ADELAIDE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA)

Paul Warren Poems

521. Ethelred The Viking 2/7/2018
522. Take It Back 2/7/2018
523. The Bazaar Tale Of Barry The Bar-Code Collector 2/7/2018
524. Wandering Across The Years 2/7/2018
525. Groovy Music 2/7/2018
526. Is There Life On Mars? 2/11/2018
527. I Am Just A Little Boy 2/11/2018
528. What's The Matter Baby 2/11/2018
529. Meetings 2/11/2018
530. These Warrior Ways 2/11/2018
531. Jagged Thoughts 2/11/2018
532. The Pleading Eyes 2/11/2018
533. Relax And Laugh 2/23/2018
534. The Mandela Affect 2/23/2018
535. Electronic Voice Phenomenon 2/23/2018
536. Coppers 2/23/2018
537. We Need Rain 2/23/2018
538. Haiku - The Snake 3/17/2017
539. Australia - The Aborigine Migration 3/17/2017
540. Science Fiction - Nature Fights Back 3/17/2017
541. Do We Need To Measure Up 3/17/2017
542. Corny Anti-Drug Poem 3/18/2017
543. Police - The Breaker 3/18/2017
544. Reach For The Light 3/18/2017
545. Charity 3/18/2017
546. Your Inner Voice Will Guide You 3/18/2017
547. Approval 3/18/2017
548. Honesty 3/18/2017
549. Science Fiction - The Wanderers 3/19/2017
550. Music - Chuck Berry Is Dead 3/19/2017
551. Indecision 3/19/2017
552. Golden Dreams 3/19/2017
553. Australia - The Wet Blue Tongue Lizard 3/20/2017
554. Climate Change And War 3/20/2017
555. The Future 3/20/2017
556. Old Friends 3/20/2017
557. Death 3/20/2017
558. Tyranny 3/21/2017
559. Haiku - Renewing The Land 3/21/2017
560. The Sixties 3/22/2017

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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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