Paul Warren

Gold Star - 68,131 Points (ADELAIDE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA)

Paul Warren Poems

1841. Haiku - Nature's Wonder Here 6/23/2017
1842. Languages 6/23/2017
1843. The Junk That I Write 6/23/2017
1844. The Bottle 6/23/2017
1845. When They Ask About Me 6/23/2017
1846. Syrian War 6/23/2017
1847. Filibustering 6/23/2017
1848. War And Remembrance - The Obelisk 6/23/2017
1849. The End Of The Day 6/24/2017
1850. Horses 6/24/2017
1851. War And Remembrance - Missing Aborigine Diggers 6/24/2017
1852. Soylent Green 6/24/2017
1853. The Countdown 6/25/2017
1854. Police - Packing The Blue Away 6/25/2017
1855. Alliances 6/25/2017
1856. The Cocktail Party 6/25/2017
1857. Too Many 6/25/2017
1858. Alien Life 6/26/2017
1859. A Fairy Tale 6/26/2017
1860. My Lost Love 6/26/2017
1861. Beyond Repair 6/26/2017
1862. Make It Your Own 6/26/2017
1863. I Don't Want To Be Alone 6/27/2017
1864. Police - Manning A Cordon 6/27/2017
1865. Working The Soil 6/27/2017
1866. Police - Fragments 6/27/2017
1867. Science - Implanted Super Powers 6/27/2017
1868. Stunts And Moggies 6/27/2017
1869. Ing Words 6/27/2017
1870. Trouble 6/27/2017
1871. Good Or Bad 6/27/2017
1872. Science - Super Nova In The Sky In 2022 6/28/2017
1873. Freedom Of Speech And Opinion 6/28/2017
1874. News - Fake Or Not 6/28/2017
1875. What Plagues The Mind 6/28/2017
1876. Haiku - Winter Begins 6/28/2017
1877. Ghosts - The Chinese Miners 6/29/2017
1878. A President Tweets 6/29/2017
1879. What You Were Meant To Be 6/29/2017
1880. Haiku - Red Dust 6/29/2017

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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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