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Turkish Marvel Strikes Others Hard

Hello. I'm American, and like many hopeless roman<em>tiks</em> before me there was Turkish which fueled their imagination, their souls. I've been asking myself and others for the reasoning the Turkish language, Istanbul, the entire country has such this magic to it. Like most, I was introduced to Turkish by a (past) lover, and since then I wonder why I feel like I've known this language all my life.

 

I tried for years, four or more, to not even look at the language, the people, the country, all of which I love with no reason.

Why is Turkish so addictive?

Please, does anyone know?

 

Mar 12, 2012 11:16 AM
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Very nice ralph, thank you for sharing. And yes.

March 13, 2012

Sadly I only know Turkish Delight :)))  But I have met several very fine Turkish-speaking in my time.

 

By the way - are you always this open and honest in such a public forum?

March 13, 2012

Thank you for your responce, do you understand Turkish?

March 13, 2012

Perhaps I learned Turkish already <em>ralph</em>! Indeed I have in my life, it's a little sad really because my motives were love-focused, even after bad experiences.

I'd say I am one of those people who went crazy after the split with a lover and really ever since then I just changed, though I do remember my old fragile self, my innocence. I was crazy then. I would tell myself it didn't happen, we were still together, we would have a child--how beautiful to share that moment with him, we would live together and talk so much and laugh, we would be so perfect. I never told him these things, though he went, of course it's that Turkish blood which I never knew about before....

March 13, 2012

If Turkish is so addictive, why is it not one of the languages you are learning?

March 12, 2012