Royston Allen


Royston Allen Poems

401. The Jesus Way 7/17/2015
402. We Are Soulmates ‘til Death. 11/4/2016
403. The Future Can Be Certain 12/3/2017
404. A Prayer For Christian Unity 6/14/2015
405. We Start Life With A Cry 2/8/2015
406. Love Stronger Than Death 2/22/2015
407. To All Flower Arrangers 2/3/2013
408. Embraced In The Arms Of Your Love 4/7/2012
409. My Dear, I Almost Lost You Yesterday 2/2/2015
410. I Looked Into The Mirror Today 2/8/2015
411. Agape (Sacrificial Love) 4/29/2012
412. The Storms Of Life 3/25/2012
413. Money, Money, Money 2/24/2015
414. The Four Candles Of Advent 12/23/2012
415. The Candle Of Hope 12/2/2012
416. He's Alive! 4/8/2012
417. I Attended My Funeral Today. 2/2/2015
418. Blind Bartimaeus 5/6/2012
419. It Is Finished 4/6/2012
420. Walking The Road To Emmaus 4/9/2012
421. A Life Of Poetry 1/21/2013
422. This Is What My God Is Really Like. 6/22/2015
423. “thank You Lord, ” I Said 5/15/2013
424. If Only I Could Touch The Hem Of His Garment 1/26/2015
425. Behold I Stand At The Door And Knock 1/20/2013
426. I Really Miss You Mum 3/13/2015
427. Because Of Jesus 4/8/2012
428. Jesus 10/12/2014
429. Freedom 6/29/2013

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.

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Best Poem of Royston Allen

Freedom

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 ...

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Marred And Imperfect

Marred and imperfect, I came to You Lord.
Silenced by sin I could not speak a word.
Then in the quietness I heard You say
"All your iniquities I've washed away."

And there at the table spread before me
in precious Christian company'
The Bread was broken,
words of love spoken.

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