30.3.15

acı içinde hancı, kalbimde buruk acı

ah edip başını duvarla vur
kahrol bir köşede boş hayaller kur
kalpsizlerin sonu hep böyle olur
seni tanrı(n) bile af etmeyecek

8.3.15

I've been up all winter for someone like you

wo sind vögel und baeume,
blumen in tausend farben?
wie wir geschnappt hatten
von den haaren den frühling!

13.2.15

zaman asla affetmez ve sana bundan bahsetmez

the history of touches
every single archive
compressed into a second

9.2.15

seni serian istiyorum, benim olsan bütün bütün diyorum

ada sahillerinde bekliyorum
her zaman yollarını gözlüyorum
seni senden güzelim istiyorum
beni şad et şadiye başın için 

her zaman sen yalancı ben kani 
her zaman orta yerde bir mâni 
her zaman sen uzakta ben müştâk 
her telâki de bir hayâl-i firak 

nerede o mis gibi leylaklar
sararıp solmak üzere yapraklar
bana mesken olunca topraklar
beni yad et şadiye başın için

7.2.15

like milking a stone

We have emotional needs
I wish to synchronise our feelings
Show some emotional respect

A juxtapositioning fate find our mutual coordinate

8.1.15

Yatağına her gece gelincik doldururdum

I thought you wanted me to teach you how to play.

Each possible move represents a different game.
A different universe in which you make a better move.
By the second move, there are 72,084 possible games.
By the third, 9 million.
By the fourth-- 318 million, there are more possible games of chess than there are atoms in the universe.
No one could possibly predict them all, even you.
Which means that that first move can be terrifying.
It's the furthest point from the end of the game, there's a virtually infinite sea of possibilities between you and the other side.
But it also means that if you make a mistake, there's a nearly infinite amount of ways to fix it.
So you should simply relax and play.