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Kapý Door

Yüksek duvarlý, dar ve karanlýk bir yol,
Sonsuzluða açýlan bir kapý ve ardýnda sen,
Gözlerimi kamaþtýran bir parýltý
Güneþ gibi sýcaklýðýn geliyor uzaklardan



Bazen koþtum, bazen yürüdüm, bazen de yoruldum
Kaybolduðumda karanlýkta gözlerindi ruhumu aydýnlatan
Dayanmak zordu aslýnda ellerin ellerimde olmadan
Yaklaþtýkça uzaklaþan bir umut
Mutluluða , aþkýna açýlan bir kapý ve ardýnda sen...

A dark and narrow road with high walls
A door opening to eternity and beyond, it is you
An eye dazzling radiance
Your warmth is coming from far away like the sun



Sometimes, I run , I walked and I got tired
It was your eyes enlightened my soul when lost in darkness
In fact, it was difficult to endure without your hands in mine
A hope, moving away when it is closer
A door opening to euphoria, to your love and beyond,it is you

Cenk (cybernetics)
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