Ahmet Yalcinkaya

Rookie - 0 Points (1963 - / Giresun, Turkey)

Adoring - Poem by Ahmet Yalcinkaya

if you name your hair a rope
whip my soul with it
tighten my neck
i am willing

if you take your fingernail as a knife
strive in my breast
cut my day dreams
split my memories
take my yesterday from me, take my tomorrow
i am willing

if you name your eyelash an arrow
and prick my dreams,
prick my nights
i am willing

if your eyes like sun
sear my mind, scatter my voice
i do not ask what for, how or why
take me to bazaar, sale
i am willing

because the flame of your eyes
is a pair of wings, is peace
it makes my life bird fly
to heaven
to the seven stairs of sky

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 15, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, January 15, 2011


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