Treasure Island

Muzaffer Akin


Defin Öncesi


Umrumda değil
parmaklarımı cetvelleyen poyrazın
sözümona öfkesi
moron kara bulutlar bunu bilmiyor
ben bir ölümün defin öncesiyim
benden başka bunu kimse bilmiyor
körler ve sağırlar ekmek kuyruğunda
günlerden pazar
kesti önümü naimler meclisi
düştü pencereme nazar
sallıyor kazmayı birkaç sapı
kefenim dokuzmetre amerikan bezi
yazılsın öldüğümü büyük puntolarla
koca çınar bağlasın çenemi
golümü attım rahatladım
demem diyemem
kapıkuleden çıkış yapmış şiirler
çağırmayın henüz erken gelemem...

Submitted: Saturday, September 07, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 09, 2013

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