Orlando Belo

Gold Star - 15,055 Points (Derby, England)

Orlando Belo Poems

1. I Walk The Road 8/1/2010
2. Imaginary Friends 8/1/2010
3. As A Lad 8/6/2010
4. Moved On 8/11/2010
5. Eight Minutes To One 8/11/2010
6. The Grave Yard 8/12/2010
7. Another Man's Sin Can Do You In 8/24/2010
8. Jackie 8/24/2010
9. Shadows 9/13/2010
10. Trapped In The Past 9/14/2010
11. The Bench By The River 9/21/2010
12. Mitchell (3) 11/14/2010
13. Mitchell (5) 11/14/2010
14. A Child Of The Streets 11/27/2010
15. Young Lovers 12/2/2010
16. I Lost It 12/4/2010
17. Malaria 12/5/2010
18. Gone 12/6/2010
19. Bennie The Frog 12/10/2010
20. But I’m Just So Good At It 12/11/2010
21. Live In Hope 12/12/2010
22. That Certain Smile 1/16/2011
23. Friends 1/22/2011
24. Teddy Bears 1/23/2011
25. An Erotic Groove 12/27/2010
26. It's Too Big 1/27/2011
27. A Perfect Day 2/3/2011
28. Dear Lord 2/7/2011
29. Re-United 8/7/2012
30. Close The Door 9/9/2012
31. Christmas Spirit 12/14/2012
32. Let Me 4/16/2013
33. It Was Her 9/29/2013
34. Mitch - Aug 1973 - Feb 2009 2/6/2014
35. The White Tower 4/17/2014
36. Unwanted Memories 5/5/2014
37. My Sanctum 5/22/2014
38. I Don't Know Where To Go' 8/17/2014
39. Your Presence And Touch 9/5/2014
40. I'Ve Decided 11/22/2014

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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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As A Lad

Copper-knob or ginger-nut
meant I had red hair,
and that's what I was called
by everyone everywhere.
They also used this rhyme
with no concern or care.
And as a lad, their sense of humour,
I really didn't share.

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