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F- ark - Pınar Alsaç
F - ark
To m a k e α difference...
Year 2 Issue 14
18 Oct 2004
As the editor of
F -ark , I proudly tell you
that our famous poet
“Sunny” has joined us
Because of the
stress of the finals he had
to take a break last
semester, but from this
issue on you’ll be reading
his poems and stories
I think you started
to get used to this. I don’t
want to brag or anything
but people do keep
asking me about the
paper. That has to be
good, right? I mean, if
they didn’t care why
would they ask? Right?
Well, it doesn’t
matter. If you’re reading
this that means you care.
And I want to thank you
for that.
Enjoy & take care
until the next time!
Bir baba-kız diyaloğu...
- Baba ya madem Beşiktaş’a gidiyosun
benim şu çizimleri de ozalitçide büyütsen?
- Tamam ver ben yaptırırım. Kaç tane?
- Bak bunlar işte baba. 2 tanecik.
- Tamam kızım. Yuvarlak mı olcak?
- Ne yuvarlak babacım?
- Yuvarlak mı katlı mı?
- Puhaha.. baba ne diyosun? Yuvarlak filan?
- Katlasınlar mı?
- Yok baba yok. Yuvarlasınlar.
Kaynak: http://sozluk.sourtimes.org
Ben Seni Seviyor muyum?
Deli divane oluyor mu kalbim
Seninleyken ,
Seni ilk gördüğüm her yerde,
Kalbim küt küt atıyor mu.
Ben ve herkes biliyor mu bunu.
Ben seni seviyor muyum?
Bilmek çok önemli
İstemek daha da önemli
Hissetmek seni
Yüreğimden dilemek çok önemli
Ben seni seviyor muyum?
Ölümüne istiyor muyum
Mücadeleyi, kabullenmeyi
Göğüs germeyi
Senin yolundan gitmeyi
Ömrümü vermeyi
İstiyor muyum .
Ben seni seviyor muyum?.
Her romantik şarkıda
Son sesi kulaklarımda
Beynim seni özlüyorsa
Yüreğim seni sorguluyorsa
Ben seni seviyor muyum?
Yakıştıramadığım sevdam oldun
Umutsuzluklara düştüğüm halim oldun
Güvenimi kaybettiğim benliğim oldun
Yolunda korkak oldum
Endişe oldu
İçim içime sığmaz oldu
Taşar oldu gönlüm gözlerinden
Görmez oldu gözlerim
Saçlarından başka hiç birşeyi.
Gözlerin hüznüm oldu
Gülüşüne mest oldu deli yüreğim
Kayboldum yollarında
Gündüzüm gecem oldu
Şarkılar hep anlamlı oldu.
Ben seni seviyor muyum?
Sevsem kaç yazacak
Senin sevdan olmadan
Bu aşk asla yazılmayacak
Bu yazdıklarım hiç unutulmayacak
Yıllar sonra anı olarak hep kalacak
Gülecek geçecek
Belkide pişman olacağım.
Ben seni seviyor muyum?
Hayır ben seni
Hep seveceğim.
Bunu iyi biliyorum.
Weird History
Next time you're washing your hands and the
water temperature isn't just how you like it, think about
how things used to be. Here are some facts about the
Most people got married in June because they
took their yearly bath in May and still smelled pretty
good by June. However, they were starting to smell, so
brides carried a bouquet of flowers to hide the body odor.
Houses had thatched roofs -- thick straw -- piled
high, with no wood underneath. It was the only place for
animals to get warm, so all the dogs, cats and other
small animals (mice, bugs) lived in the roof. When it
rained it became slippery and sometimes the animals
would slip and fall off the roof -- hence the saying "It's
raining cats and dogs."
There was nothing to stop things from falling
into the house. This posed a real problem in the bedroom
where bugs and other droppings could really mess up
your nice clean bed. Hence, a bed with big posts and a
sheet hung over the top afforded some protection. That's
how canopy beds came into existence.
Sometimes they could obtain pork, which made them feel
quite special. When visitors came over, they would hang
up their bacon to show off. It was a sign of wealth that
a man "could bring home the bacon." They would cut
off a little to share with guests and would all sit
around and "chew the fat."
Those with money had plates made of pewter.
Food with a high acid content caused some of the lead
to leach onto the food, causing lead poisoning and death.
This happened most often with tomatoes, so for the next
400 years or so, tomatoes were considered poisonous.
And that's the truth. . . (whoever said that
History was boring)?
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