Royston Allen

Royston Allen Poems

1. Did You See What Jesus Did? 3/28/2012
2. He's Mine Boasted The Grave In Victory 3/29/2012
3. Before The Beginning 3/29/2012
4. You Cannot Take It With You Rob 4/2/2012
5. With Her Touch She Turned The House Into A Home 4/2/2012
6. Everlasting Love 4/3/2012
7. What Kind Of Woman Is This? 4/5/2012
8. When Words Just Fail 4/7/2012
9. 3 Kisses 4/10/2012
10. Woven On A Heavenly Loom 4/12/2012
11. We'Ve Lost The Baby 4/12/2012
12. For Every Moment Of Every Year 4/13/2012
13. Always There 4/14/2012
14. The Battle Of Reading Rock 4/16/2012
15. Another Catch Of Fish 4/19/2012
16. From Doom And Gloom To Ecstasy 4/22/2012
17. Shipwrecked 4/22/2012
18. Uncreated Light 4/23/2012
19. As The Red Wine Into The Cup Is Poured 4/25/2012
20. Adam 4/26/2012
21. Whatever It Takes Lord 4/26/2012
22. Like A Thief In The Night 4/27/2012
23. Sweet Communion 4/29/2012
24. Blind, Deaf, Dumb And Dead 4/30/2012
25. Oh Where Is Heaven's Door? 4/30/2012
26. The Eternal Story 5/2/2012
27. Autumn Leaves 5/3/2012
28. The Fear Of Death Was In Their Eyes 5/4/2012
29. Fan Into Flames 5/5/2012
30. Going Home 5/7/2012
31. What Kind Of Man Is This? 5/8/2012
32. He Walked Away 5/9/2012
33. A Gate Called Beautiful 5/9/2012
34. He Walks With Us 5/10/2012
35. Here I Am - Send Me 5/11/2012
36. Who Am I? 5/13/2012
37. A Kiss From God 5/14/2012
38. Each Sub Atomic Particle 5/15/2012
39. Deep Darkness Spread Throughout All The Land 4/2/2012
40. The Love Of My Youth Is Still The Love Of My Life. 5/19/2012

Comments about Royston Allen

  • Sj Holland Sj Holland (6/4/2013 6:29:00 AM)

    Nice to find a poet, during my first week of learning the site, writing about the things of God. Look forward to reading more of your work as I can find time.

    3 person liked.
    2 person did not like.
Best Poem of Royston Allen


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
Freedom to shirk
Freedom to save or to buy

Freedom to please
Freedom to tease
Freedom to smile or to sigh

Freedom to be
Freedom to see
Freedom to aspire so high

Freedom to touch
Freedom to clutch
Freedom to grant or deny

Freedom that's ...

Read the full of Freedom

The Unknown Soldier

Unknown to us yet known to God,
as through World War 1 he trod.
He'd never fought a war before
and did not like the sights he saw.

The shells and bullets flying by
and the carnage that made him cry.
He gave his all, his life he spent
as onward and upward he went.

[Report Error]