Monthly Archives: January 2016

Gossip

Time in the corner, sneaky like an insect, Keeps chewing the chairs’ velvet. Inside the lamps, shines the eye of a treacherous cat. As sinister mouths icily breath out, Prolonging as a curse their sound, The clock is growling on … Continue reading

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Someone

There is something between us; Obvious from your looks, From my burning face. Sometimes we stare into space, Both of us have the same thought perhaps; We start talking with smiles. There is something between us, Which as we find, … Continue reading

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Epitaph

Nothing in the world made him suffer As much as his corn. Even having been created ugly, Didn’t make him feel so sorry. Although he didn’t remember God, When his shoe didn’t rub, He wasn’t really a sinner. Poor Süleyman … Continue reading

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Ordeal

A voice is heard from the invisible world: This man Is to carry around emptiness with him in the nape of his neck! Suddenly the top of my head flew away; The sky collapsed; fettered and fettered… All hell had … Continue reading

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Aloneness

For years inside a sheath, a spark; Aloneness like a wall is all around. I suffer outside this wall; There may be, compassionate, someone. I feel as if a hand is caressing my hair, My eyelids don’t want to move. … Continue reading

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Siddhartha

niyagrodha i see a huge tree inside a tiny seed what a seed what a tree om mani padme hum (3 times) siddharta buddha i am a fruit the world my tree no tree no fruit i dissolve in the … Continue reading

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Foam, Island and Flower

Wave on the high seas, Foam ignorant of coasts. Island undiscovered, Fruit hanging from its branch. In unfolding meadows, Yet unexplored, Flower blossoming pale pink. Ziya Osman Saba (1910-1957). Köpük, Ada ve Çiçek. Translated from the Turkish.

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