Paul Warren

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Paul Warren Poems

1881. Think Clearly 8/2/2017
1882. Beer 8/2/2017
1883. Mass Surveillance 8/2/2017
1884. The Dead Speak 8/3/2017
1885. The Great Escape 8/3/2017
1886. The Creatures On Mars 8/4/2017
1887. War - Ww1 - Oh! Passchendaele 8/4/2017
1888. Timeless 8/5/2017
1889. The Gold And The Rainbow Serpent 8/5/2017
1890. Old Warriors 8/5/2017
1891. Wonders 8/5/2017
1892. War - Ww1 - The Last Cigarette -new- 8/6/2017
1893. Haiku - The Angry Sea -new- 8/6/2017
1894. Secret Love -new- 8/6/2017
1895. Working My Way Back -new- 8/6/2017
1896. Comfortable -new- 8/6/2017
1897. A Horseman Rides -new- 8/6/2017
1898. Calm -new- 8/6/2017
1899. One Step -new- 8/6/2017
1900. Belief Not Proof -new- 8/7/2017
1901. Your Way -new- 8/7/2017
1902. The Sunset -new- 8/7/2017
1903. The U.F.O. -new- 8/7/2017
1904. The Beginning -new- 8/7/2017
1905. Ode To Godzilla -new- 8/7/2017
1906. Dance -new- 8/8/2017
1907. Cordon And Contain -new- 8/8/2017
1908. Music -new- 8/9/2017
1909. Barbed Wire -new- 8/10/2017
1910. Open Your Heart -new- 8/10/2017
1911. Haiku - Wet Sand -new- 8/10/2017
1912. Low -new- 8/10/2017
1913. Percentage -new- 8/10/2017
1914. War - Ww1 - Quinn's Post -new- 8/11/2017
1915. Night -new- 8/12/2017
1916. Rest -new- 8/12/2017
1917. The World -new- 8/13/2017
1918. Armour -new- 8/13/2017
1919. M'lady -new- 8/13/2017
1920. Bringing Me Down -new- 8/14/2017
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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