Paul Warren

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Paul Warren Poems

2081. Computers In Government 7/22/2017
2082. His Home 7/22/2017
2083. The Waiting 7/22/2017
2084. Alone In The Desert 7/23/2017
2085. Music - Lou Reed 7/23/2017
2086. War - Ww1 - I Walked Down Deadman's Road 7/23/2017
2087. The Zulu 7/23/2017
2088. A Wonderful Day 7/23/2017
2089. Music - My Golden Oldies 7/23/2017
2090. Music - Record Shops, New Music And You 7/23/2017
2091. I'm Gonna Ride Those Streets Again 7/23/2017
2092. Faces With A Smile 7/23/2017
2093. Games People Play 7/23/2017
2094. Your Demons 7/23/2017
2095. Faith 7/23/2017
2096. Savagery As Default 7/23/2017
2097. Loyalty 7/23/2017
2098. Courage 7/24/2017
2099. The Burn 7/24/2017
2100. Police - Conversations With Criminals 7/24/2017
2101. Reading 7/25/2017
2102. Ode To Umbrellas 7/25/2017
2103. Measuring Up 7/25/2017
2104. Soul Stained 7/25/2017
2105. Redemption 7/26/2017
2106. Experience 7/26/2017
2107. Future 7/26/2017
2108. Vagrant 7/26/2017
2109. Saffie, Angelic One 7/26/2017
2110. Only What They Want 7/26/2017
2111. The Lost Trooper 7/26/2017
2112. Ghosts - The Lost Mountaineer 7/27/2017
2113. 1. Old Feud From Old Sin 7/27/2017
2114. Ballad Of A Gun-Slinger 7/27/2017
2115. Innocent Eyes 7/27/2017
2116. High School Memories 7/28/2017
2117. The Wham 7/28/2017
2118. I Knew A Bloke 7/28/2017
2119. I Break Myself Up 7/29/2017
2120. What Do You Want? 7/30/2017

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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
Excited ...

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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?

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