Poem for the day. King of Orange by Bob Mazzei

Poem for the day. King of Orange by Bob Mazzei

Poem for the day. King of Orange by Bob Mazzei. Enjoy your day, Yareah friends.


Hippie guy with sticks. Photo attribution Zervas

King of Orange

Vincent traveled

Neglected he departed

His spirit mocked by eternal brigands

Of rose and peach skin

Cloaked by Latin flavors

Drawing virtues with austral passions

The kings of orange exceeded Euclid

Challenging progenies of Saxons and Celts

Fields of flowers, grazed by the wind

Julie’s stags cheerfully smoked

Free from tricks, shams and cheats

Turning around… Dancing… Playing with the sky


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  • Becky

    This is a great poem, no ordinary stuff!!


Bob Mazzei, born 1964. He lives in the UK, Spain and Italy due to his profession as an economic analyst and a studious of social sciences. Thanks to his frequent business travels in various countries, he has managed to get in touch with different cultures and appreciate the enormous wealth human kind is provided with. Convinced advocate of the free human community, he hopes that sooner or later the human beings will get rid of the inhuman system of production that creates inequality, legitimates the dominant classes to rule over the subjugated, and forces us all into slavery. Eager reader of poetry and literature since a young boy. Preferred authors are: Greek and Latin Classics, William Shakespeare, Oscar Wilde, Percy B. Shelley, William B. Yeats, William Wordsworth, Pablo Neruda, Charlotte Bronte, Alfonsina Storni, and more contemporary novelists and authors. He publishes his poems at in English and in Italian. Very fond of movies, rock and roll, visual arts, and humor.

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