Tag Archives: Puppet

Puppet laryngitis: On stories, (Turkish) soldiers and writing: Part II

  In honor of Veteran’s Day in the U.S., and in honor of my sore rotator cuff, today’s post is a reprise of a previous one, about one of the former soldiers in my present day life. Seni seviyorum canım! … Continue reading

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We is Karagöz puppets, worried ’bout M’lady, don’t speak İngilizce good

We is Karagöz puppets, we worried about m’lady. she sleeping now lots. dr. says good. she depressed a lot so we learn iPhone jumping on pad it’s slippery we fall we like play with phone we like solitaire, sudoku when … Continue reading

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Karagöz shrugs his shoulders – the other puppets celebrate!

Last night, the night of the elections in the U.S., Karagöz stayed up late with M. to see if Green Party candidate Jill Stein would win, shrugged his shoulders & did some “cheer up” somersaults when she didn’t. I was … Continue reading

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