Royston Allen


What Kind Of Woman Is This? - Poem by Royston Allen

What kind of woman is this?
That I'm so privileged to kiss.
I'm so unworthy of her love
My precious gift from above

So wonderful and lovely is she.
Praise God that He's given her to me.
Just as Eve for Adam was sent
so Dorothy for Roy was meant.

We were at school when we first met
and God's plan for us in motion was set.
He joined us together as man and wife
and made her the soul mate of my life.

He has sustained our love through time
as He united us for our lifetime.
We've withstood the tests that came our way
and will withstand the trials of each new day.

The secret is the presence of God
a triune partnership with the Lord.
Jesus our Saviour with us resides
for within us both His love abides.

My love, life with you is great fun
a roller coaster of events has begun.
We have so many memories to share
treasured moments of love and care.

I sometimes wake up as you sleep at my side
gaze upon your lovely face with pride.
'Thank you God for my wife', I say in prayer
'For giving her for me to love and care.'

Topic(s) of this poem: soul mate, wife


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 5, 2012

Poem Edited: Tuesday, May 2, 2017


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