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Muzaffer Akin


Biraz Tebessüm


Sesime gel diyordu bir ses
Mahalle çeşmesinin musluğundan
Her ihtimale karşı kılıcınıda kuşan
Zira gün gebe amazonların kapışmasına

Donkişot önde, ben arkada
Düşerdik yola ara sokaklarda
Severdim merkebini
Badem gözlüydü Havva

En mahrem
En yeni dedikodular ifşa edilirdi
Jelatini açılmamış kuşe fısıltılarda
Çiğnerdi beyaz ayaklar halıları ciklet gibi
Kazan kova bidon dizilmiş sırada

Başlardı yeni bir Kartaca
Amazon çığlıklarıyla
Saç saça baş başa kova kavgasında
Çekirdek çitlenirdi ertesi gün birlikte
Gazlı bez sarılı kafalarda

Alüminyum jakuziler vardı evlerde
İşi bitince asılı duran duvarda
Bitki özlü arap sabunuyla arınırdık hep
Bit tarağı hamam tasında...





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Submitted: Thursday, January 10, 2013
Edited: Saturday, January 12, 2013

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