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Poems by Royston

poem count: 118 | pages: 14 | first place: 9 times | second place: 6 times | finalist: 57 times
The silence of love
He was led like a lamb to the slaughter, and as a sheep before its shearers is silent, so he did not open his mouth.

The hour has come
This poem was written after reading the following verse in John 17:1After Jesus said this, he looked toward heaven and prayed:“Father, the hour has come. Glorify your Son, that your Son may glorify you

An Easter Song of Victory
I wanted to join in the song that the angels are singing

Ride on Lord Jesus, ride on
The road to the cross and to victory

A cry from the Wilderness
A cry from the wilderness exacerbated by the restrictions caused by the effects of the Covid pandemic

The Child of the past
These poem was written after I had seen the wonderful way in which Jesus had healed someone close to me from the damaging effects of Child Abuse.

Lost In The Crowd
Facing up to my part in the Crucifixion.

Morning Glory
At a time of restrictions and concern about Covid19 I found this lovely flower a lovely distraction uplifting my spirit with the wonder of creation. Each bloom only lasts a daySings its song and then passes away

Holding on to the moment that I came to Jesus
Reflecting upon how the disciples must have felt during and after their experience when Jesus was transfigured and comparing it to the first time I met Jesus