Orlando Belo

Gold Star - 14,263 Points (Derby, England)

Orlando Belo Poems

1. Moved On 8/11/2010
2. Eight Minutes To One 8/11/2010
3. The Grave Yard 8/12/2010
4. Another Man's Sin Can Do You In 8/24/2010
5. Jackie 8/24/2010
6. Shadows 9/13/2010
7. Trapped In The Past 9/14/2010
8. I Walk The Road 8/1/2010
9. Imaginary Friends 8/1/2010
10. The Bench By The River 9/21/2010
11. Mitchell (3) 11/14/2010
12. Mitchell (5) 11/14/2010
13. A Child Of The Streets 11/27/2010
14. I Lost It 12/4/2010
15. Malaria 12/5/2010
16. Gone 12/6/2010
17. Bennie The Frog 12/10/2010
18. But I’m Just So Good At It 12/11/2010
19. Live In Hope 12/12/2010
20. Young Lovers 12/2/2010
21. An Erotic Groove 12/27/2010
22. Boxing Day Blues 12/31/2010
23. That Certain Smile 1/16/2011
24. Friends 1/22/2011
25. Teddy Bears 1/23/2011
26. It's Too Big 1/27/2011
27. A Perfect Day 2/3/2011
28. Dear Lord 2/7/2011
29. Silent Music 4/2/2011
30. Why Did You? 5/12/2011
31. Love Hurts 6/8/2011
32. Robin Hood 6/17/2011
33. Awaiting The Curtain 7/7/2011
34. O Lord Above 7/11/2011
35. Do You Love Me 7/23/2011
36. Flick The Switch 8/5/2011
37. A High Seas Drifter 1/20/2012
38. Thank You For Being There - (Saved) 1/20/2012
39. Young And In Love 4/19/2012
40. Brotherly Love 6/13/2012
Best Poem of Orlando Belo

A Tremor In My Heart

I was talking with some friends,
when you appeared out of the blue.
My voice failed in mid-sentence,
at the first sight of you.

When you turned and looked at me,
a tremor in my heart took place.
My heart raced and began thumping.
I saw my dreams in your face.

Your next glance brought with it a smile,
which immediately captured me.
My friends saw the effect you were having,
but you were all I could see.

I apologised for stopping in mid-sentence,
but I had become completely mesmerised.
My friends laughed, jeered and taunted me,
but ...

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Nor Nor

Nor Nor walked the streets early in the day
looking for someone to talk with or play.
Down Taylor Street and around the block
calling at friend's houses, and giving them a knock.

At Billy Heaths, he said, 'Are you coming out to play? '
'No, Nor Nor, ' said he, 'it's much too cold today.'
With immense disappointment in his eyes,
gone was his chance of playing in the warmth inside.

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