Paul Warren

Gold Star - 58,453 Points (ADELAIDE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA)

Paul Warren Poems

1961. The Old Man's House 4/7/2017
1962. The Night Sky 4/6/2017
1963. Smooth Talking Dude 4/7/2017
1964. Writer's Block 5/15/2017
1965. War And Remembrance - Medals And Deeds Remembered 5/10/2017
1966. I Find It Hard To Carry On 5/10/2017
1967. Hold On Tight To Your Dreams 5/11/2017
1968. Science Fiction - The Voice 5/13/2017
1969. Facebook Has Crashed In Australia 5/9/2017
1970. Police - The Drive In 5/8/2017
1971. Jimbo 5/6/2017
1972. Haiku - The Western Australian Coast 5/5/2017
1973. Albert Perrepoint,30/3/1905 - 10/7/1992, England's Most Efficient Hangman 5/5/2017
1974. Ghosts - Phantoms On The Anzac Battlefields 5/3/2017
1975. Evolution 5/4/2017
1976. The Machine 5/2/2017
1977. War - Ww1 - Animals At War 4/23/2017
1978. Time, If I Only Had Time 5/1/2017
1979. As Your Dreams Will Take 4/22/2017
1980. War - Ww2 - Japanese Industry Used Pows As Slave Labour 4/21/2017
1981. Australia - Camping In The Flinders Ranges 4/20/2017
1982. Australia - The Sweet Southern Land 4/4/2017
1983. Goodbye 4/5/2017
1984. Cats Are So Cool 4/2/2017
1985. Could You Ride A Rainbow 4/2/2017
1986. The End 4/3/2017
1987. Happy 4/2/2017
1988. Girls Are Delicious 4/1/2017
1989. Science - Suspended Animation 4/1/2017
1990. Ghosts - The Accident 3/25/2017
1991. Cats Are Strange Dudes 3/27/2017
1992. On/Off Switch 3/26/2017
1993. Love - While I Walk On Alone 3/25/2017
1994. The Emerald Seeing Stone 3/24/2017
1995. Advice On Removing A Shrubbery 3/23/2017
1996. The Sixties 3/22/2017
1997. The Future 3/20/2017
1998. Corny Anti-Drug Poem 3/18/2017
1999. Indecision 3/19/2017
2000. Golden Dreams 3/19/2017
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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