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i check in
over-modesty exists
my home for the next four days
greets me with my first companion
Passionate Love Letters. An Anthology of Desire

Kafka  to Felice Bauer his twice estranged fiancé
in his letter of October 29, 1913:
My longing for you is such that it presses on my breast
like tears that cannot be wept.

©hülya n. yılmaz, 3.8.2017

At Barcelona Lakeside Bed and Breakfast where the owners, a worldly couple, redefine the concept of “Bed and Breakfast” in the truest sense through their exemplary 24-hour hospitality that is coupled with an acute awareness for their guests’ private sphere, and daily offerings -in person -of their culinary art that is exquisite in presentation and taste but also in its collage effect of everything homegrown.

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less windy today
baby waves attempt their own mighty roar
give the onlookers an eyeful of a tireless show
then gallop in fanciful grown-up pride and hit the shore

©hülya n. yılmaz, 3.9.2017

Inside my car; front line; at the harbor on East Lake Road in Westfield, NY


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