Robert John Quinlan

(South Yorkshire, UK)

King Of Kings - Poem by Robert John Quinlan

Now there is a King of Kings
Yes, over all good things
Again he will come
To love all not just some

Forgive us all
Mighty, Royal and small
His crown was put on by the dead
Yes, upon his head
Free heaven and earth
He will know what they are worth

Of course his only son
Crowned in Gods kingdom
He is the one
No King, Queen or Government is above him, no none

He will be only a man
For all he will do all he can
Rid the rich of their spoil
Lift the working man of his toil
All will love the son of above
God will send him for us to love

He will not want a throne
The only one is his home
Yes where we go
Then to God we must show

I mean the Mighty and Royal
The simple people we all have to go
Then its judgement day
The almighty then will have his say
Never again will the mighty and rich gain
And give the simple people pain


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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