Paul Warren Poems
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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
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?