Paul Warren

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Paul Warren Poems

1841. Police - Conversations With Criminals 7/24/2017
1842. Reading 7/25/2017
1843. Ode To Umbrellas 7/25/2017
1844. Measuring Up 7/25/2017
1845. Soul Stained 7/25/2017
1846. Redemption 7/26/2017
1847. Experience 7/26/2017
1848. Future 7/26/2017
1849. Vagrant 7/26/2017
1850. Saffie, Angelic One 7/26/2017
1851. Only What They Want 7/26/2017
1852. The Lost Trooper 7/26/2017
1853. Ghosts - The Lost Mountaineer 7/27/2017
1854. 1. Old Feud From Old Sin 7/27/2017
1855. Ballad Of A Gun-Slinger 7/27/2017
1856. Innocent Eyes 7/27/2017
1857. High School Memories 7/28/2017
1858. The Wham 7/28/2017
1859. I Knew A Bloke 7/28/2017
1860. I Break Myself Up 7/29/2017
1861. Prevail 8/2/2017
1862. Forward 8/2/2017
1863. Think Clearly 8/2/2017
1864. Beer 8/2/2017
1865. Mass Surveillance 8/2/2017
1866. The Dead Speak 8/3/2017
1867. The Great Escape 8/3/2017
1868. The Creatures On Mars 8/4/2017
1869. War - Ww1 - Oh! Passchendaele 8/4/2017
1870. Timeless 8/5/2017
1871. The Gold And The Rainbow Serpent 8/5/2017
1872. Old Warriors 8/5/2017
1873. Wonders 8/5/2017
1874. War - Ww1 - The Last Cigarette 8/6/2017
1875. Haiku - The Angry Sea 8/6/2017
1876. Secret Love 8/6/2017
1877. Working My Way Back 8/6/2017
1878. Comfortable 8/6/2017
1879. A Horseman Rides 8/6/2017
1880. Calm 8/6/2017
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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Musings - Who Am I

I wonder am I made of all my deeds done
Or how others have perceived me as one
Perhaps it’s the Fates to outline and decide
Or in the end it may be just my foolish pride
Did God outline a course to steer me onward
Or I did not see God’s plan to be honoured
Who is to say when my life is finally at end?
Or in a second chance could I make amend.

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