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Anonymous asked
sevdiğin adam ne şanslı bir adam...

aksine, şanslı olan benim bence..

parmaklarından dağılan müziğin kokusunu alır gibiyim

söz konusu senken her şeyin bir kokusu var*

Anonymous asked
twitterını neden kapattın? derhal aç. senden haber alamamak beni deli ediyor..

eh, bunu görmemiştim ama açtım.. birilerinin benden haber aldığını düşünmezdim.

Anonymous asked
bugün rüyamda seni gördüm. ah ne de güzeldin...

güzel olan yalnızca bedenler, insan güzel olamıyor.

Anonymous asked
Nerede yaşıyorsun?

istanbul.

Anonymous asked
bazen senin hemşiren olmak istiyorum. ama sağlığını kontrol etmeye gelen değil, mutluluğunu kontrol etmeye gelen bir hemşire...

kim olduğuna dair en ufak bir fikrim dahi yok, ne garip.

Anonymous asked
bişeyler yazar mısın? nolur.. çok özledim...

bunu görmemiştim, sanırım artık yazabilirim.

geceyi üzerimden atamıyorum

hiç tanımadığım bir kadının sevdiği şarkıları dinlerken aklıma geliyorsun şimdi. buz mavisi bir aydınlık çöküyor mutfağıma. soğuk. aydınlık sıcak olamıyor. yokluğuna sürtüp bir kibrit çakıyorum, ağzımda ıslanmış sigaram yanıyor, üzerime dökülen küllerin farkına varamayacak kadar tutuk bir halde aydınlığın içinde hayalini seyrediyorum. sigarayı bile sigaram diye sahiplenirken nasıl seni yok sayarım diye soruyorum. hayalin cevap vermiyor.

Anonymous asked
kim bilir ne güzeldir seninle dans etmek..

dans edemiyorum ben ama neyse..

dichotomization:

Czeslawa Kwoka, age 14, appears in a prisoner identity photo provided by the Auschwitz Museum, taken by Wilhelm Brasse while working in the photography department at Auschwitz, the Nazi-run death camp where some 1.5 million people, most of them Jewish, died during World War II. Czeslawa was a Polish Catholic girl, from Wolka Zlojecka, Poland, who was sent to Auschwitz with her mother in December of 1942. Within three months, both were dead. Photographer (and fellow prisoner) Brasse recalled photographing Czeslawa in a 2005 documentary: "She was so young and so terrified. The girl didn’t understand why she was there and she couldn’t understand what was being said to her. So this woman Kapo (a prisoner overseer) took a stick and beat her about the face. This German woman was just taking out her anger on the girl. Such a beautiful young girl, so innocent. She cried but she could do nothing. Before the photograph was taken, the girl dried her tears and the blood from the cut on her lip. To tell you the truth, I felt as if I was being hit myself but I couldn’t interfere. It would have been fatal for me."

dichotomization:

Czeslawa Kwoka, age 14, appears in a prisoner identity photo provided by the Auschwitz Museum, taken by Wilhelm Brasse while working in the photography department at Auschwitz, the Nazi-run death camp where some 1.5 million people, most of them Jewish, died during World War II. Czeslawa was a Polish Catholic girl, from Wolka Zlojecka, Poland, who was sent to Auschwitz with her mother in December of 1942. Within three months, both were dead. Photographer (and fellow prisoner) Brasse recalled photographing Czeslawa in a 2005 documentary: "She was so young and so terrified. The girl didn’t understand why she was there and she couldn’t understand what was being said to her. So this woman Kapo (a prisoner overseer) took a stick and beat her about the face. This German woman was just taking out her anger on the girl. Such a beautiful young girl, so innocent. She cried but she could do nothing. Before the photograph was taken, the girl dried her tears and the blood from the cut on her lip. To tell you the truth, I felt as if I was being hit myself but I couldn’t interfere. It would have been fatal for me."

Anonymous asked
dokunsam ağlamayacağını bilsem, dokunurdum..

ağlar mıyım.. bilmiyorum. anlayamadım ben seni aslında.

Anonymous asked
içimde sana karşı beslediğim sıcak bir şefkat var

boşver, hak etmiyorum nasılsa.