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Necip Fazıl Kısakürek

(1904-1983 / Istanbul)

Azgın Deniz


Hangi hissin parmagi dokundu ki, derine,
Düstü bir gizli alev salkimi icerine?
Hangi kabus basti ki, seni uykularinda,
Birdenbire cehennem kaynadi sularinda?
Örtüldü bastan basa tenin beyaz bir terle,
Duman duman yayilan incecik köpüklerle.
Hangi dert kaldi, söyle, bagrina üsüsmeyen,
Hangi ölüm sarkisi, bu dilinden düsmeyen?
Hangi öfkeyle yüzün, böyle karisti yer yer,
Sana yan mi baktilar, bir sey mi söylediler?
Bir sey dinleme artik, artik birsey dinleme!
Cagir, bütün günahkar ruhlari cehenneme!
Karsina, sahil, kaya, insan kim cikarsa vur!
Vur basina, alemde, kör, sagir, ne varsa vur!
Sal her taraftan, dagdan, gökten, pencereden sal!
Nihayet kala kala dünyada tek kisi kal!

Submitted: Tuesday, October 08, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 08, 2013

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