Orlando Belo

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

Orlando Belo Poems

201. The Cuckoo Clock 3/14/2016
202. The Day Began Well 3/15/2016
203. The Demon Within 3/16/2016
204. The Drummer Boy 3/17/2016
205. The Expense Of Love 3/18/2016
206. The Eyes Of Age 3/19/2016
207. Sister Of Mine 3/20/2016
208. Hello? 3/21/2016
209. The Flea 3/22/2016
210. The Flickering Flame Of Life 3/23/2016
211. My Preference 3/24/2016
212. The Flower And The Bee 3/24/2016
213. Crucified 3/25/2016
214. The Giant Spider 3/26/2016
215. Hallelujah 3/27/2016
216. The Knowledge Of The Prophesies 3/28/2016
217. The Lemon's Quest 3/29/2016
218. The Next Life 3/30/2016
219. The Ouija Board 3/31/2016
220. The Ottoman 3/31/2016
221. The Passage Of Time 4/1/2016
222. The Place Of Forgotten Memories 4/2/2016
223. The Quest For Ecstasy 4/2/2016
224. The River 4/3/2016
225. The Polar Bear 4/3/2016
226. I Have To Go 4/4/2016
227. The Scorpion And The Cockroach 4/5/2016
228. I Just Thought I'd Ask 4/6/2016
229. What A Night 4/7/2016
230. The Shuffler 4/8/2016
231. The Silver Orb 4/9/2016
232. The Spider 4/10/2016
233. The Spiritual Glow 4/10/2016
234. The Wingless One 4/11/2016
235. Thoughts Of You 4/12/2016
236. Thursday To Sunday 4/13/2016
237. Timmy The Mole 4/14/2016
238. The Day Trip 4/15/2016
239. Too Late To Say Sorry 4/16/2016
240. The Secret 4/16/2016

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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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