Paul du Plessis
Paul du Plessis Poems
- In Detention Establishment challenger Confronter ...
- Work Horse Clip, clop, With clods of earth rising Behind ...
- Journey From Babylon Ziggurat star-gazers descend Stepping ...
- Ultimate Reflections Sub-particular matters collide ...
- Credit Crunch Magnificat Rumours rumble and elders ...
- Natural Selection A divine presence settles on us Above worm...
- Credit Crunch Crucifixion Credit crunch criminals Each ...
Paul du Plessis is a retired physician who has spent most of his professional life working with The Salvation Army, in South Africa, Zambia, India and the United Kingdom.
Much of his poetry, published on www.thedups.com has been influenced by his religious and spiritual journey. He lives in Bromley, Kent, with his wife, Margaret. more »
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In a call for justice
That backfired on me.
Who set him on his way
Now silenced behind bars
With doubts creeping up on me.
Health restored; sight back;
The demon-possessed freed;
But what of me?
Synagogue scroll in action
But prisoners still inside
One last word about my cousin:
Will come his way too
But certainly not from me.
John the Baptist responds to news about Jesus – Luke...