Royston Allen

Royston Allen Poems

Freedom to give
Freedom to live
Freedom to question why


Jesus, You're the focus
of my soul, of my love

Because of Jesus I go free
Because He suffered there for me
Because He stayed and did not run
Because He said 'Your will be done'

My dear Mum, I miss you so very much.
Just hearing your voice and feeling your touch.
But you will always be a part of me
living on in every memory.

For many years I have sought to be healed.
Paid doctors' fees and to the priests appealed
But alas all my efforts were in vain
And I don't think I will get well again

The door was closed firm, and the way was blocked.
It would not open, even though I'd knocked.
So I stood outside, unnoticed by you.
My arms opened wide. I love you, I do.

Their eyes were downcast and the pace was slow.
Why these things had happened they did not know.
On their shoulders they bore grief's heavy load
as they walked that long Emmaus Road.

I was fascinated by your hands yesterday
touching all those you met on your way.
Holding the hand of a child so tenderly.
Working hard to care for friends and family.

I had never, ever seen the light of day
and have had to use a stick to find my way.
From womb to tomb is my life going to be
walking in darkness because I cannot see?

Resounding throughout the universe transcending time and space
Is the greatest shout of victory heard by the human race
From the lips of the Lord Jesus Christ came that tremendous cry
'It is finished' was His shout as He laid down His life to die.

His body was broken
And His blood was shed
Words of love spoken
When He bowed His head

Hope for the hopeless and hope for the lost.
No matter the price, whatever the cost.
Jesus had come and was willing to pay
being born as a babe that first Christmas day.

He's alive! He's back from the dead!
He has risen just like He said.
Rising with the power to save.
and conquering death and the grave.

I attended my funeral today.
My soul left my body and soared away.
because I had breathed out my final breath
and walked with Jesus through the Vale of Death.

The candle of HOPE
Hope for the hopeless and hope for the lost.
No matter the price, Christ has paid the cost cost.
Jesus has come and was willing to pay

Sometimes sad things happen in our life
they flare up suddenly and cause us strife.
The barriers that we put up against the flow
break down in floods of tears and sorrow.

The message from Jesus is really very plain.
It says, 'Godliness with contentment is great gain.'
Rothschild's' philosophy of a 'little bit more'
leaves you worldly rich but spiritually poor.

'You can still go my love', You said to me,
'I will not hold you back but set you free
for my love for you is so great you see
that I can let you go to see Sammy.'

'What manner of Man is this? ' They cried.
'That at His word wind and wave subside.'
This One there in the boat, Who can He be?
The Man Who commands both the storm and sea.

Royston Allen Biography

New to poetry and trying to develope my ability to communicate and express myself through its medium. Poems on the 'Names of Christ' are kept under the name of Roy Allen Thanks for reading my poems. Roy)

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Freedom to give
Freedom to live
Freedom to question why

Freedom to walk
Freedom to talk
Freedom to live or to die

Freedom to sing
Freedom to swing
Freedom to just walk on by

Freedom to speak
Freedom to seek
Freedom to laugh or to cry

Freedom to work
or even to shirk
Freedom to save or to buy

Freedom to please
and sometimes to tease
Freedom to smile or to sigh

Freedom to be
Freedom to see
Freedom to aspire so high

Freedom to hold
Freedom to enfold
Freedom to grant or deny

Freedom that's mine
Freedom divine
Freedom no money can buy

Royston Allen Comments

Kumarmani Mahakul 22 December 2018

On behalf of all fellow poets in Poem Hunter Family and our Mahakul Family we offer a title of honour to poet Royston Allen as, 'Blessed Orison.' This title is offered to him due to his high standard and long-time literary perseverance and service to God through poetry. From today onward he will be known as, 'Blessed Orison Royston Allen. We hope all poets, visitors and people will like this.

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Wake me up in time to go to bed

Take your time quickly

everybody log off and bogoff

From womb to tomb is my life going to be walking in darkness because I cannot see?

Deep silences like thunderbolts were hurled through the noiseless deafness of my quiet world.

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