Paul Warren

Gold Star - 67,513 Points (ADELAIDE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA)

Paul Warren Poems

2601. Fun - The Chinese Stole Our Weather 12/3/2015
2602. Haiku - The Golden Light Is Dead 1/4/2016
2603. Musing - People Will Be Left To Contemplate Who Was That Guy? 1/13/2016
2604. My Country - The Colours Of Australia 1/15/2016
2605. Evil Thoughts 4/15/2017
2606. The Stories Of My Life 4/8/2017
2607. Simple Things Done Simply 4/18/2017
2608. Haiku - The Western Australian Coast 5/5/2017
2609. Written In Time 5/19/2017
2610. Science Fiction - The Tank 5/25/2017
2611. Your Inviting Eyes 2/23/2018
2612. Never Hot 8/10/2017
2613. Whispers 8/27/2017
2614. Life - Stories From Childhood 1/4/2016
2615. Haiku - Who Cries For Them 11/30/2015
2616. War - Ww2 - Hugo Boss Designed The Second World War German Army Uniforms 11/15/2015
2617. Death - Tears Are Not Enough 6/18/2015
2618. Life - What Do We Care 9/28/2015
2619. Haiku - The Same Words 11/6/2015
2620. Social Comment - Who Will Stand For The Children? 5/1/2015
2621. Haiku - The Great Southern Land 1/4/2016
2622. Musings - The Voice 8/11/2015
2623. Musings - My Spiritual Guide 7/19/2015
2624. Australia – On The Beach 8/19/2015
2625. World - End Of Life Options 7/8/2016
2626. Christmas - The Day Of The Year Is Here 12/24/2016
2627. Haiku – Your Path Forward 10/13/2015
2628. War - Ww1 - A Whisper On A Summer Breeze 4/30/2015
2629. Love - I Dream Of You 5/29/2015

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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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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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