“- But dear doctor, he sank it, every time he sank it more, so much that I flooded my eyes in tears”
I realized that the glasses of my dear doctor had fogged, because of my story.
I closed my eyes as wanting to sleep so as not to afflict it anymore. Then he told me:
“_The you can stay here until you get better” and he squeezed my hands between him, gently, to comfort me.
He separated from my side and entered the room the commander of the foundry military factory, who had brought me to the hospital.
“How are you Can? My soldiers read me the readings of your book and also make me cry” He told me smiling
Suddenly, I felt better. I was not sad anymore. Slowly I took my wrinkled book below my pillow. Although I knew about memory all the readings of the book, I thought it would be very interesting to read it page per page.
I also read my poetry, and by expressing it in a theatrical way, with gestures and mimic, I felt that the wounds of my body began to hurt, I had to scream asking for help as a wounded enemy soldier. I checked that the two colonels had participated as soldiers in the “war of liberation”. The eyes were filled with tears and raised their faces. We shared a secret. After listening, they left with his eyes flooded in tears, behind the nurse.
I was very happy. I really liked what had happened to me, they had listened to my readings with emotion and for me it was a happy joy.
At that time, I had a feeling that years later he would meet again with the colonel. He had felt that he would also live other different things, that our destiny again would meet, but this time in a different place and with different identities.
I stayed ten days at the Military Hospital of Camlık Avenue. Every day I spent looking through the hospital window out hoping to see my sister and my parents. None arrived.
Once again, love, son, in my heart was dying, for waiting for my mother and my father in a hospital room.
The commanders and soldiers who brought me to the hospital, every day they visited me and they did not leave me alone.
Although my mother does not