Poets and Poetry Enthusiasts

Welcome to ReformedChristianity's Poetry section. ReformedChristianity has Christian poems by the most famous poets, and all others who share the poet's faith and vision. Besides viewing poetry, we encourage all to come and share insights and engage with others in the Forum. Poets and inspired Christians are welcome, as are the Christian curious, all may post writings for feedback and critique. You don't have to be a poet or Christian to enjoy the many benefits of ReformedChristianity! Registration is free and fast, Join us Now!




Within my earthly temple there's a crowd;

There's one of us that's humble, one that's proud,

There's one that's broken-hearted for his sins,

There's one that unrepentant sits and grins;

There's one that loves his neighbor as himself,

And one that cares for naught but fame and pelf.

From much corroding care I should be free

If I could once determine which is me.

Edward Sanford Martin, 1856-1939