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VISIONS: A Poetic Paradox of Life


Sample Poems

The sample poems contained in this document are intended for your interpretation and review. The publishing of the full collection is dependent on your comments and reviews

Imeje Fidelis

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We shall built us a wall against us

We shall erect a fence to separate us

For by so doing shall we have peace of mind

Living as separate entities of men among man


Our veranda shall be prohibited to us

Our corridor a taboo to us

Never shall we co-exist in peace and harmony as brothers

Because with different faces and words we’ve come to dance


None is a brother or sister to be embraced with warmth

None is equal in status to be treated with respect

Only those that share our colour and tongue shall we call our neighbour

Only those that share our believes shall we allow to rest


As lone warriors shall we be devoured by our adversaries

Even as individuals shall we lay our pit-falls and multiply our perplexities

Our squabbles, affrays, and tiffs shall continue on daily basis

Till we fall without reputation and dignity.



He longed to serve God

With all of his heart and might

This he had desired for his life

But in his life he finds it hard to defeat lies and trials


At last he obliged to pitch his tent among the monks

In that sphere he grew spiritually strong

With his entire strength he struck staunchly

Prayers and praises persisted promptly

Divine consolidation and counselling characterized the confessor

Who admonish and exhort the convert to follow the upright path


Presently, the fiend and forces of the dark realm struck a foray

Desperate to frustrate this converted soul with dark loads

Thus a war is declared that he must wage on his own

To determine his stance and fate


With much ado he fought with faith to prevail

Against his downfall the mighty hand of God

Vivify him so that he does not slump and faint

Yes indeed he vanquished without stress and much travail

Leaving behind trails of regret for the dark forces and its followers


Now at rest he sees the beautiful gate

Not many souls behold its magnificent ornament after their days on earth

Nothing there is like to serve He who sits up above the blues

With cordial lilt he walked his way through

To the lake of glory and happiness, chorusing praises

To the Lord God Almighty



The scuffle was hot and tough

All fought with great might and valour

In the hope to retrieve the foes


They thrashed and prevailed without hopes

So that they fumbled demurely into holes

Not in capitulation but fortification


They must not retreat in shame and veer home

For such humiliation that await them they already knew

So there in the caves they dwelled like brave cowards


In their fears they tightened their strength

To estimate and debilitate the strategies of the enemy

Their strategies they had devised not to be divulged


Their mettles they had treated with no taints traced

Their strategies they treated without strains attached

Determined to fight on to victory in honour of fame


Patently all worked out just as thought

Until a traitor hero claimed he can fake fame

And he the feeble hero planted a treacherous seed


His timid thoughts he thought can fraud his folks

So that he bore a hole through the bags of their secrets

Forcing its contents to leak to the banks of the river


There the enemy heard of it and embraced caution on their side

Quickly he changes side and battles from behind

How foolish he was not to have foreseen and forestall his lapses


Although he sold their plans: he could not sell the determination of their hearts

Once again the battle line afresh is drawn

And both forces clashed without wanting a draw

But this time the enemy fell sunken and drown

Also he the traitor went down dull and hard




My expressions and thoughts die not with me I pray

For of what benefit is it to a man to spend a fruitful life

And yet his name travels with him to the grave

But let my humble name

Die not together with my body

A living witness should my deeds be

To testify to my late life

I disdain cowards who faint

At the mention of the murderer “death”

Why puzzle?

Is death not always present?

Even every day beside you here-

Let not the cold hand of death scare you

For nothing have you loose

But mere breath

In as much as your name still lives

By way of your expressions and deeds


We are like animals and animals are we

Whose breath is uncertain

Life itself is nothing but expression

I pray that my thoughts, deeds’ and expressions

In life travel not with me to the grave

But serve as a reliable reference

To my departed soul

Back in the world I leave behind.



Like the failure of the moon

Like the fall of the sun

Like the fierce of the fire

Unlike the rampage of the waters-

As was in the beginning.


So shall doomsday come.

Roaring furiously like a leopard

With the strength of a lion

Consuming every sinful soul

And destroying every beauty of the world


So shall doomsday come

A curse that is irrefutable

A curse that is irreversible

A sin that is unforgivable

And a day that is unforgettable


So shall doomsday come

A horror to every creature

A day of intense remorse

A day prayed against by all

Yet a day is not avoidable


So shall doomsday come

Make haste while given the chance

Prepare yourselves for doomsday

And make a shelter of refuge


Doomsday is merciless

Doomsday is heartless


So shall doomsday come

To condemn every unprepared

Creature to eternal damnation

So join the righteous Calvary

Hastily and escape the ferocity

Of doomsday


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The print (physical book) and electronic (eBook) formats of the (histrionic) book titled “The Trying Years: Patriarchs of League Unitus”, the first volume in the Conflict over Nothing series authored by Imeje Fidelis are available for purchase at amazon online bookstore, lulu ebookstore,,createspace ebookstore, and affiliate bookstores worldwide. This invaluable work of literature makes a very good read.

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The book description is as follows:
Pages: 120
Binding: Perfect Bound Paper
Interior Ink: Black and White
Weight: 0.5 lbs
Dimension: 6” wide x 9” height

The Conflict over Nothing Series

The Conflict over Nothing series is about the story of Unitus a Kingdom in the land of Norwegia. Although, the characters and setting in the stories are fictional, the idea behind the series is to portray a conscious symbolism of the historical realities of individual countries and or Nation-States of the world starting from the earliest period of evolution to the present day with a glance into the future.

There is also the deliberate attempt to predict the events that may likely occur in the future. The series apart from making an entertaining and interesting read also proffers practical solutions to some of the socio-political and economic challenges of individual countries of the world.

The story of Unitus, a great kingdom in the land of Norwegia began a very long time ago, before men ever thought of crossing the vast body of waters that separated the continents. In this land of splendid beauty, blessed with natural resources and minerals, lived tribes that had a lot in common. But the tribes blinded by greed and drunken by power waged protracted tribal wars against one another, partitioned the land, and erected walls of separation.

However, in spite of the man made barriers and boundaries, the tribes still interacted with one another in times of peace and maintained sovereignty over tribal and territorial affairs until the combine inter play of factors —man made on the one hand and nature on the other made it inevitable for the tribes to unite for the common benefit of all.

With territorial barriers removed and sovereignty surrendered to a central authority, the centre soon becomes threatened. Suspicion, envy and hatred have taken centre stage, can the centre still hold? Would unity in diversity withstand the test of time? Have the tribes really planted a time bomb to destroy themselves? What went wrong, when and where? How can the time bomb be defused? These are some of the symbolic questions that the series readily provides answers to.

The Trying Years: Patriarchs of League Unitus

The Trying Years: Patriarchs Of League Unitus is the first book in the series. It is divided into three Acts; Path to Unity and Greatness (Act One), Qualms and Quarrels (Act two), Reconciliation and Reconstruction (Act three). In this Volume the kingdom of Unitus is still in its evolutionary stage.

Path to Unity and Greatness

At this point the kingdom of Unitus has not yet evolved. The tribes are independent and engage one another in protracted tribal wars. The tribal wars eventually ends and five of the victorious tribal warlords (Wayne Van, Zog Hardy, Bill Sally, Sam Sou, and Lady Midi Cendor) proclaimed themselves Patriarchs and Matriarch of the Western, Northern, Eastern, Southern, and Central tribes of Norwegia. Three of the Patriarchs partitioned their domains into Provinces and made their sons and daughters governors in each Province. The Patriarchates, Matriarchate and their Provinces continued to exist independently until the combine inter play of factors made it inevitable for… a very…?

Qualms and Quarrels

Initially things had worked out well with League Unitus and the leaguing Patriarchs. There is increased production output and improved standard of living. But the law of diminishing returns soon sets in, and there is apprehensive confusion everywhere. Suspicion and disdain characterise the atmosphere. The League is threatened. Nobody seems to understand what has happened, or who and what is responsible for the chaotic atmosphere. The ugly feeling of who owns what resurfaces and there are allegations and counter allegations, intrigues, as well as physical assaults in the land. The Angels are displeased but optimistic. The Elders are apprehensive; perhaps the Fiends are at it again. With the centre weak and unable to hold… what happens now?

Reconciliation and Reconstruction

Wayne Van Patriarch of the western tribes has been relentless in his call for peace and reconstitution of League Unitus, will his efforts yield any fruit? Bill Sally of the tribes of Eastern Norwegia shows penitence for his unthinkable decision to break away from the League…will he re-unite with the other patriarchs? Zog Hardy Patriarch of the Northern tribes regrets ever listening to the Fiends…what would be his next move?