“Lost” – a poem by Yusuf Salih
By Margaret Sheard
From time to time we are asked to publish items submitted by our readers and followers and we have received something very different in the form of a poem which has been written by a Turkish Cypriot who lives in the Iskele area of Northern Cyprus.
Solve me do you dare
an abyss of turmoil, do I scare?
Come feel, if you see
with eyes and heart, if thine be.
Survive I do
with hope of life looking, looking but for who.
years and tears flows.
Surrounded, alone, wandering soul
find me, stay my fall.
Please also read a further poem “Our Place” by Yusuf by clicking here.
To learn more of Yusuf Salih and his thoughts and those of others, please visit the open group, Free Thinkers in Cyprus on Facebook.