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Muzaffer Akin

Fakülte-i Aşk

Islak haykırışlarım dönerse birgün
Dönerse gözbebeklerinden yorgun
Hatta Eylülse aylardan
Tipiye dönüşmüşse gözlerinden geçen o eski bulut
Hala vantuzluyorsa yüreğini
O habis kasırganın mor salkım dudakları
Hayli şehvetli

En kötüsü
Hasat zamanıysa tomurcukların vakitsiz

Sen yine de yaklaş
Yaklaş daha da
Daha da yak
Yeniden ve yine derinden
Unutma, unutama sakın
Bekliyorum ulu orta
Ulu orta yerinde mahşerin
Çünkü çok eski
Eski bir tanıdık, suretine aşina

Kanatlanır bedenimden ansızın
Mabedine konar o tatlı tefekkür
O tefekkür olmalı
Hasretle kavuşmayı dileyen
Yıllar evvelinden

Yolları arşınla sıvanan
Sevda fakültesinden…


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

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