Treasure Island

Muzaffer Akin


Vampire of the Byzantium (Turkish)


''Memory of Sarai Sierra''




depreşti tabutuna sığmayan arzular
yaban arısına müptela azı dişleri
saldırdı kokuya aniden
susturdu hayır'lı seslenişleri


alevlendi güneş doğu roma'ya
yas'a büründü
Eyyub sultan güvercinleri
bir
kadın cesedine uyandı surlar
sahilde vampirin ayak sesleri


varolmakla
yok olmak arasında renksiz bir pasaport
vizesi dolan
vadesi uzun çekleri
sapkın tefeciye kırdıran
başı hoşluktan ziyade
otorite boşluğu içimizi burkan
dönüşü beklerken otel odasında valiz
bir öpücük talebi uzaklığında zaman


nedir cellada fermanı veren
neyin emrinde kanlı elleri
ceset torbasında suskun dudaklar
film makinasında son kareleri


photoshop'layamadan hayatın
gizemli renklerini
gitmek var mıydı Sarai...






Vaha

G od bless you baby...

Submitted: Friday, November 01, 2013
Edited: Saturday, November 02, 2013

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