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Tale

My child’s heart free of worries; Radiant faces, abundant crops; On horseback, a prince with a purple fringe: My homeland, I began to forget. Against my temple, my mother’s warm knee, The fortune-teller’s words in my ears, By the lake, … Continue reading

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Tale

You are like a tale. Let the clouds stay in layers, The sun be suspended in the trees, The night stars go on gazing, White boats set sail, Eyes shed tears… Ahmet Muhip Dranas (1909-1980). Masal. Translated from the Turkish.

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