Orlando Belo

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

Orlando Belo Poems

361. No More ‘the Moon' 5/25/2016
362. From Out Of The Dark 5/26/2016
363. Dimension Merge 5/27/2016
364. Old Friends 5/28/2016
365. Heartbreak Road 5/29/2016
366. Skeletons In The Cupboard 5/30/2016
367. House Of Shadows 5/31/2016
368. Heartbreak Spirit 6/1/2016
369. An Apology Prayer 6/2/2016
370. I Wondered If You Were Alright 6/3/2016
371. I Closed My Eyes 6/4/2016
372. Just Over A Year Ago 6/5/2016
373. A Different Perception Of Life 6/6/2016
374. Jack And Kath (Long Poem) 6/7/2016
375. I Live In Hope 6/7/2016
376. Megan's Tree 6/9/2016
377. Memories 11 6/10/2016
378. Mother's Mirror 6/11/2016
379. A Difficult Situation 6/12/2016
380. My First My Last 6/13/2016
381. My Search For The Perfect Host 6/14/2016
382. Night Feeders 6/15/2016
383. No Complaints 6/16/2016
384. No Sun Or Moon 6/16/2016
385. No Rest For The Living Or The Dead 6/18/2016
386. One Chance For Survival 6/19/2016
387. Paralysed 6/20/2016
388. Please Don't Go 6/21/2016
389. Quality 6/22/2016
390. Reversal Of Time 6/24/2016
391. A Shadow Without A Home 6/25/2016
392. Shelter From The Rain 6/26/2016
393. Sleeping With A Memory 6/28/2016
394. Sophia's Tale 6/30/2016
395. Sorrow 7/1/2016
396. Strange 7/2/2016
397. The Bag Of Bones 7/3/2016
398. The Cellar 7/4/2016
399. The Chair 7/6/2016
400. The Children Trees 7/7/2016

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Best Poem of Orlando Belo

Don't Judge A Book By Its Cover

Don't judge me by the way I look
and the way I have my hair.
Don't judge me by my dirty shoes
and the way my jeans have tears.

Don't think because I have tattoos
that I'm not very nice to know.
Don't think because I swear a lot
that I have no feelings to show.

My appearance is a shield of defence
to hide my feelings deep inside.
My sensitivity is my weakness
so my appearance tells a lie.

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Imaginary Friends

The problem from which I was suffering
began when I was a young lad.
I used to talk to my imaginary friends,
and for their friendship I was exceedingly glad.

But now that I am very much older,
countless hundreds I now talk to and see.
Many are most interesting and harmless,
but there are others who get to me.

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