Fidelis Patronus

Fidelis Patronus Poems

1. Sing Sweetly 12/13/2004
2. Invisible 12/13/2004
3. The Forest 12/8/2004
4. Love? 1/13/2005
5. Schizophrenia Of Personality 12/13/2004
6. Father? 12/8/2004
7. Do I Hate You? (Have I Ever?) 1/13/2005
8. Golgotha 11/30/2004
9. Christian 12/2/2004
10. O The Pressures Of School 11/30/2004
11. You Are Beautiful 11/30/2004
12. Understanding The Mind Of A Young Woman 1/26/2005

Comments about Fidelis Patronus

  • Agata Konopka (3/9/2005 11:21:00 AM)

    Your poetry is as loud as your emotion, I wish you luck in trying to figure out this difficult test which is life

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  • Pradeep Dhavakumar (12/9/2004 8:54:00 AM)

    From your poetry I see a fighter..Both you and your friend, keep fighting you will always win in life.

  • missy harris (12/3/2004 1:43:00 PM)

    your work is very passionate
    i admire that

  • , , , (11/30/2004 10:50:00 PM)

    I am British, My wife is American, a published author and works here in a London publishing firm. Her brother is a journalist on the East coast. Her father is a professor in the States. We talk a lot about politics.

    I never liked Mr. Bush. After so much hysteria from Canadians and French and anyone who else who is looking for reasons to bash the president, after poems like yours that reflect a gut feeling and isn’t based on a full discussion of all the facts, After so much crusading to demonize him, like your poem, it finally had an effect on me…….

    I have changed my mind, and have decided to support the president of my wife’s home.

    Thank you for helping me make a decision that I can be proud of.

Best Poem of Fidelis Patronus

Understanding The Mind Of A Young Woman

You cannot understand the mind of a young woman
Its like a religion
Facts and myths are told
Always beyond comprehension

You will figure out the facts
Small, little facts
Through the years of being together
Yet when you gather
Will your fellow man
(O so much better!)
Every single fact you tell is different from another
A man will tell a fact of a woman,
another man will say it is not true
And tell them his own facts
In which another argument will pursue

I shall explain more simply
Why it is pointless to understand the mind of a young ...

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