Paul Buttigieg is the son of a Maltese migrant who was sent to Australia as a young child to escape the ravages of the 2nd World war in Europe. He grew up in Adelaide and was educated at schools in the Gilles Plains and Windsor Gardens district.
Due to family difficulties he was placed in a boy’s home and removed from his parents and family growing up with other less fortunate children, many being aboriginal, most of who came from broken homes also.
A well educated person Paul started writing poetry at the age of about 11 years but unfortunately much of his writings from his earlier years have been lost.
Paul Buttigieg has always been very passionate about the plight of the Australian Aborigines and writes aboriginal poems in an attempt to heighten awareness. He also writes passionately about other topics and is a published poet worldwide.
Paul’s poetry is used in school studies all over the world and is made freely available as long as it is for study only.


Paul Buttigieg Poems

A Walk In The Forest

Jump stones
Dodge bending fronds
Scented flower stems
Like magic wands... more »

Heaven Or Hell

I’ll see you on the other side
I’m sure
The side where none of the living
Have ever been before... more »

Arnold My Frog

You did not get to meet Arnold,
My wonderful green tree frog,
Befriended him in Queensland I did,
When we shared a sodden log.... more »

Paul Buttigieg Quotes

Why apportion blame when you are not free from blame thyself
Paul Buttigieg

Comments about Paul Buttigieg

Sandy anne 25 Jan 2018 05:24
I like them all
Jerry Behr 15 Dec 2009 04:22
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year I have enjoyed your poetry. Now here goes for2010 Jerry Behr