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Yunus Emre

(1238-1320 / Turkey)

Çıktım Erik Dalına


Çıktım erik dalına
Anda yedim üzümü
Bostan ıssı kakıyıp
Der ne yesin kozumu

Uğruluk yaptı bana
Bühtan eyledim ona
Çerçi de geldiaydur
Hani aldın gözünü

Kerpiç koydum kazana
Poyraz ile kaynattım
Nedir diye sorana
Bandım verdim özümü

İplik verdim cullaha
Sarıp yumak etmemiş
Becid becid ısmarlar
Gelsin alsın bezini

Bir serçenin kanadın
Kırk katıra yükledim
Çift dahi çekemedi
Şöyle kaldı kazını

Yunus bir söz söylemiş
Hiç bir söze benzemez
Münafıklar elinden
Örter mana yüzünü

Submitted: Monday, October 07, 2013
Edited: Monday, October 07, 2013

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