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Korkuyorum I am Afraid

Yağmuru seviyorum diyorsun,
yağmur yağınca şemsiyeni açıyorsun...
Güneşi seviyorum diyorsun,
güneş açınca gölgeye kaçıyorsun...
Rüzgarı seviyorum diyorsun,
rüzgar çıkınca pencereni kapatıyorsun...
İşte,bunun için korkuyorum;
Beni de sevdiğini söylüyorsun...

You say that you love rain,
but you open your umbrella when it rains...
You say that you love the sun,
but you find a shadow spot when the sun shines...
You say that you love the wind,
But you close your windows when wind blows...
This is why I am afraid;
You say that you love me too...
Khayrul Haq, beraber, bax, handhara nasri, Alirezaashtari and 130 others liked this poem

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Translated by Fatih Akgül

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