Treasure Island

Metin Sahin

(28.03.1943 / balı kesir turkey)

ALL ALONE


I visited the places in winter.....when everybody..used to visit in summer...I watched the waves of the seas....some birds...sang...far..far away...echoing in distance...................ı I visited the places...lonely..alone....when everybody used to visit in couples...hand in hand..heart to heart..snow had covered the dancing platform....no soumd of a guitar...no sounds of laughter.....two drops of tears oozed from my eyes........................! drank beer...where everybody drank soup.....after three ana a half lit matches...a cigarettte...I saw your face...unapproachable....and where everybody walked with you...I whispered your name three times to the sea......

Submitted: Sunday, March 15, 2009

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