Paul Warren

Gold Star - 61,957 Points (ADELAIDE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA)

Paul Warren Poems

2321. Follow On Now My Wayward One 10/7/2017
2322. The First Head Transplant 10/7/2017
2323. Wrestle It Back 10/7/2017
2324. Beyond The Bend -new- 10/10/2017
2325. Friends -new- 10/10/2017
2326. Candy Days -new- 10/10/2017
2327. Benji The Dog Loves To Bark -new- 10/10/2017
2328. Honour -new- 10/10/2017
2329. Yesterday A Retrospective -new- 10/12/2017
2330. Jake The Wallaby -new- 10/12/2017
2331. Points Of View -new- 10/12/2017
2332. Police - Cot Death -new- 10/14/2017
2333. The Old Man -new- 10/14/2017
2334. Velvet Promises -new- 10/14/2017
2335. A Lover's Concerto -new- 10/14/2017
2336. War - Ww1 - When I Returned Home -new- 10/14/2017
2337. Hallowe'en -new- 10/14/2017
2338. Using People -new- 10/16/2017
2339. So Simple -new- 10/17/2017
2340. Just A Drunk -new- 10/17/2017
2341. Faith Not Wraith -new- 10/17/2017
2342. Australian Christmas -new- 10/19/2017
2343. Better Days -new- 10/19/2017
2344. Sun And Rain -new- 10/19/2017
2345. Parachilna Gorge, Flinders Ranges, Outback South Australia -new- 10/20/2017
Best Poem of Paul Warren

Social Comment - Who Will Stand For The Children?

In judgement’s call a parchment list revealed
Of deeds indefensible and innocence congealed
A baby left all alone in an oppressive heat
The mother’s denial was for herself to secrete
A 12 year old daughter too scared to be alone
With a step-father to force his desire so prone
An angel with a sad smile in neglect so complete
That she died in hospital from injuries not discrete
Then who will stand for the children?

A father stands so violent his wife cowers away
His son’s arm he twists and breaks in his affray
A boy who is beaten with a straight edge pole ...

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My Computer

My computer now recognises me
When I start it up and in the screen I see
There is greeting of a friendly nature it gives
And Cortana answers my questions as if she lives

My verbal commands are understood
Where the answers come as they should
I suppose the next generation will be quite chatty
As a neighbour would over the back fence be quite happy.

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