İngilizce Hikaye Özeti

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    Arkadaşlar İngilizce bir hikaye özetine ihtiyacım var.En az yarım sayfa en fazla 1,5-2 sayfa olursa çok iyi olur.Hangi hikaye olduğu fark etmez ama biraz bilindik bir hikaye olursa sevinirim.Şimdiden teşekkür ederim.

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    BU 3-4 ÖRNEK İNGİLİZCE HİKAYE (Türkçesi YOK)

    The Moving

    Susan and Henry have a nice house. They moved into the house ten years ago. They like it very much. It has one big problem. It is very small. They have four rooms. They have three children and two dogs. The children are seven, nine, and twelve years old. Susan and Henry want to move to a big house. They decided to sell their house and buy a big one.

    They wanted to clean the house. Henry painted the living room and the kitchen. He painted the living room light blue and the kitchen white. Susan vacuumed the rugs in all the rooms. Then she scrubbed the kitchen floor. She scrubbed the bathroom floor too.

    They decided they had too many things. Susan had three beautiful dresses, but they didn't fit. She gave them to her sister. The kids had some nice baby toys. She gave them to her friend. The kids had some old school papers. They didn't want the papers anymore. They recycled them.

    Now Susan and Henry's house is very clean and neat. They are going to sell it next week. They asked a real estate agent to help them. People are going to come and look at it next Sunday. They are looking for a new house too.


    The Princess and the Pea


    Once upon a time there was a prince who wanted to marry a princess; but she would have to be a real princess. He travelled all over the world to find one, but nowhere could he get what he wanted. There were princesses enough, but it was difficult to find out whether they were real ones. There was always something about them that was not as it should be. So he came home again and was sad, for he would have liked very much to have a real princess.

    One evening a terrible storm came on; there was thunder and lightning, and the rain poured down in torrents. Suddenly a knocking was heard at the city gate, and the old king went to open it. It was a princess standing out there in front of the gate. But, good gracious! what a sight the rain and the wind had made her look. The water ran down from her hair and clothes; it ran down into the toes of her shoes and out again at the heels. And yet she said that she was a real princess.

    Well, we'll soon find that out, thought the old queen. But she said nothing, went into the bed-room, took all the bedding off the bedstead, and laid a pea on the bottom; then she took twenty mattresses and laid them on the pea, and then twenty eider-down beds on top of the mattresses.

    On this the princess had to lie all night. In the morning she was asked how she had slept. "Oh, very badly!" said she. "I have scarcely closed my eyes all night. Heaven only knows what was in the bed, but I was lying on something hard, so that I am black and blue all over my body. It's horrible!"

    Now they knew that she was a real princess because she had felt the pea right through the twenty mattresses and the twenty eider-down beds. Nobody but a real princess could be as sensitive as that.

    So the prince took her for his wife, for now he knew that he had a real princess; and the pea was put in the museum, where it may still be seen, if no one has stolen it.
    There, that is a true story.


    The Kindergarten


    Jennifer Chan is five years old. Her mother takes her to kindergarten every morning. She has fun with the other children. Her teacher is very nice. Jennifer likes her teacher very much. Her teacher's name is Mrs. Black.

    Mrs. Black teaches the students about the letters and sounds of English. Sometimes Jennifer does worksheets for homework. On the B worksheet for example, she circled all the words that started with B. She circled the box, the bag, the banana, the bird, and the bed. She didn't circle the duck, the dog, or the cat.

    Jennifer likes to show her mother her work. Jennifer's mother doesn't know English well. She told Jennifer to show her the worksheets. Then her mother can learn too, and Jennifer feels happy. Mrs. Black teaches the children songs too. Sometimes Jennifer sings the songs for her parents. Her mother always asks her about school.

    One day Mrs. Chan got a letter from the school. It was from her daughter's teacher. Mrs. Chan was very nervous. She didn't know why her daughter's teacher wanted to talk to her. She asked her friend for some advice. Her friend told her not to worry. Her friend said the teachers always make an appointment with every child's parents every semester. It's called a "parent/teacher conference" and it's a good time for parents to ask questions too. She said the teachers want parents to be interested in their children's schoolwork.

    Mrs. Chan was nervous because she was afraid the teacher might talk too fast. She was afraid she might not understand. On the day of the conference, Mrs. Chan went to school for the appointment. Mrs. Black was very nice and spoke slowly. She told Mrs. Chan that her daughter was very smart. She told her that her daughter was very helpful too. She said Mrs. Chan should feel proud.

    Mrs. Chan went home and told her daughter about the conference. Her daughter was happy too.

    Into The Garbage


    This is a true story that happened to me many years ago, but I still remember it vividly. It all started while we were on vacation. Vacations should be restful, relaxing times, but I planned to do some studying too. I carefully put all my important papers and books in a large paper bag, and put them in the car with the suitcases.

    After a long drive to Los Angeles, we were happy to find a motel with a really good price. We decided to stay for a week so we could get three extra days at no extra cost.

    On the second day of our stay there, we arrived back at the motel after a day of sightseeing and a good dinner. It was about ten o'clock in the evening, and I decided I'd better start working. I knew the bag was in the room, but I looked all over and couldn't find it. It had disappeared! I was panic-stricken. Suddenly I had a sickening thought. I was sure the maid took it out with the garbage.

    I ran over to the main office, and asked if I could talk to the maid who had been on duty that day. They told me there were several, and besides, they had all left for the day. The people in the office showed me the large garbage bins in back of the motel, but didn't offer any help.

    I sighed, gathered my courage, grabbed a flashlight, and walked through the dark to the garbage bins. There were three of them. Each one was about four and a half feet high. I didn't know where to start. I looked around and found an old shopping cart, which I used to climb into the middle of one of the bins. I spent some time rummaging through bags and bags of other people's garbage, but I didn't have any luck. After a few minutes of tears of frustration, I finally gave up.

    Maybe I was wrong, and was just looking through banana peels, old milk cartons, coffee grounds, and half-eaten food for nothing. I climbed out, being careful not to drop my flashlight, and looked around to see if anyone had spotted me. I took one last look into the other two bins, this time just checking the bags on top. Then I got lucky. Right on top of the third bin was my bag. I was never so happy to see a dirty old bag in my life! I told the manager to tell the maid not to clean our room any more.



    BU HİKAYELERİN HEM İNGİLİZCESİ HEMDE TÜRKÇESİ VERİLMİŞ ;


    SWALLOW AND SPARROW

    Swallow and sparrow became close friends. They started walking around in together. Other swallows said nothing at the beginning about this circumstance. However, the things changed when the swallow started bringing the sparrow to its nest. Nest of the swallow was under the eaves of an empty wooden house and there were many nests of swallow next to it. Going there from and thereto made swallows disturbed.

    Swallows held a meeting and they appointed a spokesman. This spokesman told about this circumstance with it in a suitable time and said it not to bring this sparrow to its nest.

    Although the swallow showed some obstinacy, it finally was obliged to obey by this requirement.

    One night the sparrow suddenly wakened while it was sleeping. Tree on which it built up its nest among its branches was swinging. It flied away and had a look-see round the environment. Thereupon, it recognised that it was an earthquake.

    Its close friend, the swallow, came to its mind. It arrived at its nest and it weakened its close friend. It said the swallow to weaken other swallows and the wooden house may be fallen onto the ground. The swallow fulfilled what it said. Once the last swallow flied away there, the wooden house was fallen onto the ground. Later, swallows set up new nests under eaves of another house and they did make no rejection for the sparrow to go from and to the nest of the swallow for the reason that they were owed their life to it.

    KIRLANGIÇ İLE SERÇE

    Kırlangıç ile serçe dost olmuşlar. Birlikte gezip dolaşmaya başlamışlar. Diğer kırlangıçlar önceleri bu duruma ses çıkarmamışlar. Fakat kırlangıç serçeyi yuvasına getirmeye başlayınca işler değişmiş. Kırlangıcın yuvası ahşap, boş bir evin saçak altındaymış ve burada pek çok kırlangıç yuvası varmış. Serçenin gelip gitmesi, kırlangıçları rahatsız etmiş.

    Kırlangıçlar toplanıp bir sözcü seçmişler. Sözcü uygun bir zamanda kırlangıca konuyu açmış ve serçeyi yuvasına getirmemesini söylemiş.

    Kırlangıç biraz direttiyse de sonunda genel isteğe boyun eğmek zorunda kalmış. Bir gece serçe yuvasında uyurken aniden uyanmış. Dalları arasına yuva kurduğu ağaç sallanıyormuş. Uçup çevreyi şöyle bir kolaçan etmiş. O zaman bunun bir yer sarsıntısı olduğunu anlamış.


    Aklına dostu kırlangıç gelmiş. Kırlangıcın yuvasına gitmiş, onu uyandırmış. Kırlangıca diğer kırlangıçları uyandırmasını, ahşap evin sarsıntıdan yıkılabileceğini söylemiş. Kırlangıç söyleneni yapmış. Son kırlangıç da kaçınca ahşap ev yıkılmış. Daha sonra kırlangıçlar başka bir evin saçak altına yeni yuvalar yapmışlar ve yaşamlarını borçlu oldukları dost serçenin kırlangıcın yuvasına gelip gitmesine karşı çıkmamışlar.



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    POOR AHMET

    Ahmet’s mother and father were poor. They were living in a small house with only one room. Since his father’s lungs were ill, he compulsorily retired. Ahmet finished primary school in difficulty by selling pretzel out of school time. Later by the help of his neighbour he started to work in a restaurant to do the washing up. Ahmet had taken the first step to realize his dreams. He had met the wonderful meals which he formerly used to see behind the restaurant windows. Now he had full three courses a day. He had kept Uncle Veli, who was cooking in the restaurant, observing. He would learn cooking from him and he would be a cook himself, too but Ahmet would work not in somebody else’s restaurant but in his own one.

    Ahmet opened a restaurant in the city centre after he had done his military service. Because his meals were very delicious, the restaurant was full of customers. He was earning well. Sometimes poor people used to come to the restaurant and eat free meal.

    The waiters working in the restaurant and the customers couldn’t find any sense of Ahmet’s going and leaving two plates of meals to an empty table during lunch times. How would they know that they were Ahmet’s present to his mother and father, whom the poverty had finished years ago? They also wouldn’t be able to hear that while putting the plates on the table Ahmet was murmuring “you aren’t going stay hungry any more from now on mummy and daddy. Have your meals and get yourself very full.”

    FAKİR AHMET

    Annesi, babası fakirdi Ahmet’in. Tek göz odalı bir gecekonduda oturuyorlardı. Babasının ciğerleri hasta olduğundan zorunlu emekliye ayrılmıştı. Ahmet okul olmadığı zamanlar simit satarak zorlukla ilkokulu bitirdi. Daha sonra komşusunun yardımıyla bir lokantaya bulaşıkçı olarak girdi. Ahmet hayalini gerçekleştirmek için ilk adımını atmıştı. Eskiden lokantaların camları arkasında gördüğü o güzelim yemeklere kavuşmuştu. Artık günde üç öğün karnı doyuyordu. Lokantada yemek pişiren Veli dayıyı göz hapsine almıştı. Ondan yemek yapmayı öğrenecek ve kendi de bir aşçı olacaktı ama Ahmet başkasının lokantasında değil kendi lokantasında görevini yerine getirecekti.

    Ahmet askerden geldikten sonra şehrin mevki yerinde lokanta açtı. Yaptığı yemekler çok lezzetli olduğu için lokanta müşterilerle dolup taşıyordu. Kazancı yerindeydi. Ara sıra muhtaç insanlar lokantaya gelirdi ve bedava yemek yerlerdi.

    Lokantada çalışan garsonlar ve müşteriler Ahmet’in öğle vakitleri boş bir masaya giderek masanın üstüne iki tabak yemek bırakmasına bir anlam veremezlerdi. Onlar ne bileceklerdi yıllar önce sefaletin bitirdiği anne ve babasına Ahmet’in armağanını. Hem onlar duyamazlardı ki, tabakları masanın üstüne bırakırken Ahmet’in “ Bundan sonra aç kalmayacaksınız anneciğim ve babacığım. Alın yemeklerinizi karnınızı bir güzel doyurun “ diye mırıldandığını.

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    THE OCTOPUS

    Our dear world; which is turning around silently somewhere in the universe, which is full of mysteries, secrets and a lot of unknown. The living creatures, which you have allowed to live on you, survive and take shelter for ten thousands of years, existing maybe only on you with everything of them. The idealists with their genuine talent of thought, with their power of imagination; who are possible to appear always and everywhere with their stubbornness and by leaving the normality of the life, which they have to live with pleasure, desire; and by getting a little over the normality to know an unknown, to help the solutions of problems and assimilating some kinds of efforts, searches for the benefit of that normalitists who they left behind.

    Although a young octopus travelled a lot of places on the blue sea, the things he saw weren’t strange to him; he was indifferent to the things he saw as if he had seen them before and the motivating passion occurring in his thought, made him decide to reach the source, the spring of the river when he first realized it, which was flowing into the sea.

    The young octopus started to move forward slowly. He could always have the chance to watch closely the trees, the grass, the flowers, the birds and the large and small living creatures by the river because he was taking pains to swim on the surface. As the days passed one after the other, the broadness of the river started to become narrow, the water started to flow a little more wildly and the slope started to increase. Since the young octopus was swimming towards the stream, he realized that he started to be some more compelled every passing day. If he didn’t suffer the difficulty and leave himself, he would be able to return to the sea. However, this was a matter that he wouldn’t be able to do. Now that he was an idealist and he had come till here for the sake of an idea, returning back could never be possible.

    When the young octopus arrived at the side of the snowy mountain, which was difficult to see from faraway, a waterfall; whose water was falling from quite high, appeared. He had to cross this waterfall and go on his way, but how? A few attempts he made showed that it was impossible for now. Anyway he was tired. He had come till here without stopping, and by exerting himself to the utmost for days. He thought “I should relax for a while, gain my energy; when I believe that I can cross this waterfall, I will come and cross it and go on my way. I will take one of the paths I saw yesterday while I was coming, I will look for a place where I will be able to pass my days in peace. Let the waterfall wait for now.”

    The young octopus returned back and took one of the paths. He reached a lake in the end by saying this or that way. The young octopus’ life in the lake lasted quite long. Actually time wasn’t very important for an idealist. Let the time pass. What was important was to be able to use the time skillfully. You would always improve and show progress in point of thought. You already had this idealism from birth. The conditions would force you to this whether you wanted or didn’t. When you started to support an idea, namely when you became an idealist, you would think carefully of your past and you would realize and be surprised that even how the unhappy, pessimistic, desperate days, which you don’t want to remember now, had educated you, and had made you experienced.

    Several years passed and the young octopus had grown up and had become a mature octopus by the passing years. He always had good relationships with the living creatures in and around the lake; he had had quite a lot of accumulation of knowledge by adding his observations on the things they told. Everything was very well; perhaps it would be much better if the peole hadn’t pitched a camp near the lake. As soon as the octopus saw the people, he had listened to his common sense saying “be careful”, he had withdrawn to his cave at the bottom of the lake. He was passing his days in his cave; he was sometimes touring at the depth of the lake. On some days he saw a few boats on the lake but he couldn’t do anything more than watching the people’s in the boats rowing from the depth of the lake while swimming.

    One day, while a boat was going near to the middle of the lake, it suddenly got dark. A heavy rain started. The wind blowing gradually harder was building big waves on the lake. The efforts of the people on the boat who were trying to escape from the storm were useless. They weren’t able to prevent their boat from capsizing and sinking. The octopus had felt the storm in advanced; he had taken the risk to be seen by the people on the boat and he had come a few metres close to the boat. He had covered two people, who were flopping about when the boat sank, with his strong arms, had come to the surface to prevent them drowning and started to swim quickly towards the shore. After leaving the unconscious people to a safe place, the octopus withdrew to his cave in the depth of the lake.

    On the following ten days after this event, the octopus, who couldn’t see any boats on the surface of the lake, came to the surface because he thought that the people might have gone and he looked at the shore, where the camp was, from far away. The first thing that called his attention was the huge, iron boats. The people had also built wooden sheds near the tents, where the camp was pitched. There were lots of people on the shore. He started to swim towards the branch, which let the superfluous water of the lake float into the river. He was planning to come out of the lake going without making the people realize. However, when he reached the exit, he realized with sadness that there were barbed wires around, which were preventing him going. He was afraid of making a mistake. He could pull the wires to pieces, throw away and go on his way. There were the possibilities of getting injured and being undersized. The waterfall on the river was already a big problem on his way. It wouldn’t be proper to be powerless after crossing the waterfall.

    On the following days the surface of the lake suddenly got into action. The ships that the people made by putting together the pieces, which they brought till the lake shore by lorries, started to move constantly. The divers started dive from the ships and examine the bottom of the lake. The harpoons that were in the divers’ hands would direct to the octopus as soon as it was seen. There was a huge octopus with eight arms, each of whose length was nearly five metres, and the one who would kill this octopus would be rewarded. It was necessary to think now. This octopus, who was wanted to be killed, saved certainly two people’s lives in a stormy weather. They had seen the octopus before they fainted and they informed the others too, there was even a reward. It is necessary to consider this situation as a labyrinth without an exit.

    The octopus had understood that it was impossible to live in the lake now. Although all his goodwill, the people wouldn’t let him search some more in this lake. It was also unnecessary to live more in this lake. The things he learnt were enough and more than enough. The octopus got out of his cave with rancor. He came with a terrible speed out to the water surface just opposite the ships being anchored in front of the camp. He was puffing up and up and was causing artificial waves on the lake as he was saying “you have been looking for me for days, here I ** and I’m not afraid of you”. He suddenly directed to his left. He entered the branch by pulling the barbed wires at the exit of the lake to pieces under the amazed looks of the people on the shore and he reached the river after a while. He came before the waterfall by withstanding easily to the river’s stream and he went up by holding his both arms out and by holding of the rocks there.

    On the following days the octopus continued the intensive efforts to reach the source of the river. He was passing in difficulty through the gorges at the sides of the mountain where the source existed and he was moving forward step by step at the places where the depth didn’t let him swim. The rain falling on the sides of the mountains was turning into snow because of the weather’s getting gradually cold and trembling in the ice cold water under the snow was teaching him how difficult the life was in the mountains. When he started to think that it was impossible to go more forward, he found the source of the river. The source was coming out of rocks, it was coming out of a place like a cave and it was appearing on the earth.

    The octopus summarized the topic: “Now that the source had been here. It comes out to the earth from that narrow place, it is fed by the rain and snow water, it goes down till the waterfall by gathering some of the little rivers’ water. After passing the waterfall, the water gathering a lot of branches from both sides gradually grows and it reaches the sea, where I was born, as a river and integrates with the sea. And the lake, where I lived for a long while, was nothing more than a drift of water, which let its superfluous water flow into the river by means of a branch.

    On his way back, while coming closer to the waterfall, the octopus started to think. He wondered if the people would wait for him there. It was a fifty fifty possibility. Namely, they’d either wait or wouldn’t wait. It wouldn’t be definite. The octopus wasn’t absolutely frightened. Anyway, fear was the last think to be considered by an idealist in such a situation. There was no reason to be frightened. After the octopus evaluated the situation, considered what he would do after what might happen, he went down the waterfall. He went past the branch, which was connecting the lake to the river, by swimming bravely on the water.

    The octopus reached the sea a few days later. He had set off years ago for the sake of an ideal when he was a young octopus; after years, he had turned back as a mature octopus. However, the ideal still wasn’t an ideal. An idealist should teach the others the things he learnt and should acquaint them too. As well as you couldn’t say you have enough knowledge for yourself so you wouldn’t need to learn more, you couldn’t also say you were more knowledgeable than the others; let the others not learn the things I knew. After relaxing for a while, the octopus wanted to start his attempts. He would teach the others the things he learnt and he would acquaint them too. Until there would be no other knowledge in his mind what he knew but the others didn’t…








    Written by: Serdar YILDIRIM

    AHTAPOT

    Gizem dolu, sır dolu, pek çok bilinmezliklerle dolu kainatın bilmem nerelerinde sessizce dönüp durmakta olan sevgili dünyamız. Üzerinde yaşamalarına, hayat bulmalarına, barınmalarına olanak tanıdığın on binlerce yıldan beri her şeyi ile belki de sadece sende var olan canlı varlıklar. Özgün düşünme yetenekleriyle, hayal güçleriyle, inatçılıklarıyla her zaman, her yerde ortaya çıkabilen ve bir bilinmezi bilmek için, problemlerin çözümüne yardımcı olmak için şevkle, istekle; kendilerinin yaşamaları lazım gelen hayatın normalitesinden arınarak, normalitenin bir parça üstüne çıkarak ve o geride bıraktıkları normalitecilerin yararına bir takım çabalar, arayışlar içine giren idealistler.

    Denizin engin maviliklerinde aylardır pek çok yeri gezip dolaşmasına karşın gördükleri ona hiç de yabancı gelmeyen, o gördüklerine daha önceden biliyormuşçasına ilgisiz ve bu denize sularını akıtan ırmağı ilk fark ettiğinde düşüncesinde oluşan tutkunun harekete geçirdiği, ırmağın çıkışına, kaynağına ulaşmaya karar verdirttiği bir genç ahtapot.

    Genç ahtapot ırmakta ağır ağır ilerlemeye başladı. Daima yüzeyde bulunmaya özen gösterdiği için, ırmak kenarında bulunan ağaçları, otları, çiçekleri, kuşları ve küçüklü, büyüklü canlı yaratıkları yakından incelemek olanağını buluyordu. Günler birbiri ardına geçip gittikçe, ırmağın genişliği daralmaya, sular daha bir coşkun akmaya ve meyil artmaya başladı. Genç ahtapot, akıntıya karşı yüzdüğü için, her geçen gün biraz daha fazla zorlanmaya başladığını fark etti. Hani sıkıntıya katlanamayıp kendini bırakıverse hiç yorulmadan denize geri dönebilecekti. Fakat, bu onun yapamayacağı bir işti. Mademki bir idealistti ve bir idea uğruna buralara kadar gelmişti, kesinlikle geriye dönüş söz konusu olamazdı.

    Genç ahtapot çok uzaklarda zorlukla fark edilen karlı dağın yamaçlarına ulaştığında önüne oldukça yüksekten suların döküldüğü bir çağlayan çıktı. Bu çağlayanı aşıp yoluna devam etmesi gerekirdi, ama nasıl? Yaptığı bir iki deneme bu işin şimdilik olanaksız olduğunu gösterdi. Zaten yorgundu.

    Günlerdir dur durak bilmeden,gücünün sınırlarını sonuna kadar zorlayarak buralara kadar gelmişti. “ Bir zaman için dinlenmeli, gücümü toplamalı, bu çağlayanı aşmayı başarabileceğime inandığım an gelip çağlayanı geçer yoluma devam ederim, diye düşündü. Dün gelirken gördüğüm kollardan birine sapar, orada günlerimi sakin geçirebileceğim bir yer ararım. Çağlayan şimdilik bekleyedursun. “

    Genç ahtapot geriye dönüp, ırmağın kollarından birine girdi.Yok şurası, yok burası derken,sonunda bir göle vardı. Genç ahtapotun göldeki sakin yaşantısı oldukça uzun sürdü. Gerçekte bir idealist için zamanın fazla bir önemi yoktu. Zaman bırak geçsindi. Önemli olan geçen zamanı ustaca değerlendirebilmekti. Devamlı olarak fikir bakımından bir büyüme, bir ilerleme içinde olacaktın. Bu idealistçilik zaten sende doğuştan vardı. Sen istemesen de şartlar seni buna zorlardı. Bir ideanın peşinden gitmeye başladığın yani sen bir idealist olduğun zaman, dikkatli bir şekilde geçmişini düşünürdün ve şimdi anımsamak istemediğin o mutsuz, o karamsar, o kederli günlerinin bile seni nasıl eğitmiş olduğunu, deneyim sahibi yaptığını fark eder de şaşar kalırdın.

    Aradan yıllar geçmiş,geçen yıllarla birlikte genç ahtapot büyümüş,olgun bir ahtapot olmuştu.Gölde ve gölün çevresinde yaşayan canlı varlıklarla daima iyi ilişkiler kurmuş, onların anlattıklarına kendi gözlemlediklerini de ekleyerek epey bir bilgi birikimine sahip olmuştu. Her şey çok güzeldi, belki de çok daha güzel olacaktı. Eğer göl kıyısına insanlar kamp kurmasalardı. Ahtapot insanları göl kıyısında görür görmez, içgüdüsünden gelen dikkat et sesine kulak vermiş, gölün dibindeki mağarasına çekilmişti. Günlerini mağarasında geçiriyor, ara sıra da, gölün derinliklerinde dolaşıyordu. Bazı günler göl yüzeyinde bir iki kayık görüyor, fakat kayıklardaki insanların kürek çekişlerini gölün derinliklerinde yüzerek seyretmekten başka hiçbir şey yapmıyordu.

    Günlerden bir gün, bir kayık gölün ortalarına yakın bir yerde giderken ortalık kararıverdi. Şiddetli bir yağmur başladı. Gittikçe daha sert esmeye başlayan rüzgar gölde büyük dalgalar oluşturuyordu. Kayıkta bulunan insanların yaklaşan fırtınadan kaçmak için gösterdikleri çabalar boşuna oldu. Kayıklarının alabora olarak batmasını bir türlü engelleyemediler. Ahtapot yaklaşan fırtınayı önceden hissetmiş, kayıkta bulunan insanlar tarafından görülme tehlikesini göze alarak kayığın birkaç metre altına kadar sokulmuştu. Kayık battığında dev dalgalar arasında çırpınıp duran iki insanı güçlü kollarıyla sıkıca kavrayıp, onların boğulmalarına engel olmak için, yüzeye çıktı ve süratle kıyıya doğru yüzmeye başladı. Baygın durumdaki iki insanı kıyıda emin bir yere bırakan ahtapot, gölün derinliklerindeki mağarasına çekildi.

    Bu olayı takiben geçen on gün içinde göl yüzeyinde hiç kayık göremeyen ahtapot insanların gitmiş olabileceklerini düşünerek yüzeye çıkıp çok uzaklardan kampın bulunduğu kıyıya doğru baktı. İlk dikkatini çeken şey, kıyıdaki kocaman demir kayıklar oldu. İnsanlar ayrıca kampın bulunduğu çadırların yanına tahtadan barakalar yapmışlardı. Çok insan vardı kıyıda. Gölün fazla sularını ırmağa akıtan kola doğru yüzmeye başladı. Kıyıdaki insanlara fark ettirmeden gölden çıkıp gitmeyi planlıyordu. Fakat çıkışa vardığında etrafta gitmesini engelleyen dikenli teller olduğunu üzülerek gördü. Bir hata yapmaktan korkuyordu. Bu dikenli telleri parçalayıp atar, yoluna devam edebilirdi. İşin içinde yaralanmak,çaptan düşmek olasılığı da vardı. Irmaktaki çağlayan zaten yolunun üstünde bir büyük engeldi. Çağlayanın karşısına çıktığında güçsüz durumda bulunmak yakışık almazdı.

    Sonraki günlerde göl yüzeyi birdenbire hareketlendi. İnsanların göl kıyısına kadar kamyonlarla getirdikleri parçaları birbirine monte ederek yaptıkları gemiler vızır vızır gidip gelmeye başladı. Gemilerden dalgıçlar göle girerek, gölün dibini taramaya başladılar. Dalgıçların ellerindeki zıpkınlar görülür görülmez ahtapota yöneltilecekti. Gölde her kolunun uzunluğu beş metreyi bulan sekiz kollu dev bir ahtapot vardı ve bu ahtapotu öldüren ödüllendirilecekti. İşte burada biraz düşünmek gerekirdi. Katledilmek istenen bu ahtapot fırtınalı bir havada iki insanı mutlak bir ölümden kurtarmıştı. Onlar bayılmadan önce kendilerini kurtaranı görmüşler, ötekileri ahtapotun varlığından haberdar etmişlerdi. Ötekiler ötekilere, ötekilerde ötekilere durumu bildirmişler ve son ötekiler, ortaya bir ödül bile koymuştu. Bu durumu çıkışı olmayan bir labirent biçiminde algılamak gerekmektedir.

    Ahtapot artık gölde barınmasının olanaksızlığını anlamıştı. Tüm iyi niyetine karşın insanlar onun bu gölde biraz daha fazla araştırma yapmasına izin vermeyeceklerdi. Zaten gölde bir süre daha yaşamak gereksizdi. Öğrendikleri yeter de artardı bile. Ahtapot mağarasından hınçla dışarı fırladı. Korkunç bir süratle kampın önünde demirli bulunan gemilerin tam karşısında su yüzeyine çıktı. Günlerdir arıyordunuz işte buradayım ve sizden korkmuyorum der gibi kabardıkça kabarıyor, gölde yapay dalgaların oluşmasını sağlıyordu. Aniden soluna doğru yöneldi. Kıyıdaki insanların hayret dolu bakışları altında göl çıkışındaki dikenli telleri paramparça ederek kola girdi ve bir süre sonra ırmağa ulaştı. Irmağın akıntılarına rahatça karşı koyarak çağlayanın önüne geldi ve iki kolunu uzatarak oradaki kayalara tutunup yukarıya çıktı.

    Daha sonraki günlerde ahtapot ırmağın kaynağına ulaşmak için gösterdiği yoğun çabayı devam ettirdi. Kaynağın bulunduğu karlı dağın yamaçlarında daracık boğazlardan zorlukla geçiyor, derinliğin yüzmesine olanak tanımadığı yerlerde de adım adım ilerliyordu. Yamaçlarda yağan yağmur havanın giderek soğumasıyla birlikte kara dönüşüyor, yağan kar altında buz gibi soğuk suda titremek ona dağlarda yaşamın ne derece zorlu olduğunu öğretiyordu. Ahtapot daha ileriye gitmenin mümkün olmadığını düşünmeye başladığı bir sırada ırmağın kaynağını buldu. Kaynak, kayaların arasından, mağara gibi bir yerden, yeryüzüne çıkıp doğuyordu.

    Ahtapot konuyu özetle toparladı: “ Demek kaynak burasıymış. Su bu daracık yerden yeryüzüne çıkıyor, yağan kar ve yağmur sularıyla besleniyor, çevreden kimi dereciklerin sularını alarak çağlayana kadar iniyor. Çağlayan geçildikten sonra sağdan soldan pek çok kol alan su gittikçe büyüyerek bir ırmak halinde benim doğduğum denize varıyor ve denizle bütünleşiyor. Uzun bir süre içinde yaşadığım göl de fazla sularını ırmağa bir kol aracılığıyla akıtan büyükçe bir su birikintisinden başka bir şey değilmiş. “

    Dönüş yolunda, çağlayana yaklaştıkça, ahtapotu bir düşüncedir aldı. Acaba insanlar onu oralarda bekleyebilirler miydi? Bu yüzde elliye yüzde elliydi.Yani bekleyebilirlerdi de beklemeyebilirlerdi de. Onun orası belli olmazdı.Ahtapot, kesinlikle korkmuyordu. Zaten böyle durumlarda bir idealist için korku en son akla getirilecek bir şeydi. Korkmak için hiçbir neden yoktu. Ahtapot, şöyle bir durum değerlendirmesi yaptıktan, ne olursa ne şekilde hareket edeceğini hesapladıktan sonra, çağlayandan aşağı indi. Suların üstünden, göğsünü gere gere yüzerek, gölün ırmakla bağlantısını sağlayan kolun yanından geçti, gitti.

    Ahtapot, birkaç gün sonra denize vardı. Yıllar önce, genç bir ahtapotken, bir idea uğruna yola çıkmış; yıllar sonra, büyük, olgun bir ahtapot olarak işte geriye dönmüştü. Fakat, idea, ideal değildi henüz. Bir idealist, öğrendiklerini başkalarına da öğreterek, onları da bilgilendirmeliydi. Ben, bana yetecek kadar bilgi sahibiyim fazlasını öğrenmesem de olur diyemediğin gibi, ben herkesten çok daha fazla bilgiliyim varsın benim bildiklerimi başkaları bilmeyiversin de diyemezdin. Ahtapot, kısa bir süre dinlendikten sonra girişimlerine başlamak istiyordu. Öğrendiklerini başkalarına da öğreterek onları da bilgilendirecekti. Beyninde kendisinin bilip de başkalarının bilmediği tek bir bilgi kalmayana kadar…











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    Nasreddin Hodja

    In Ramazan, a special month for Moslems, the Hodja began it by putting a stone in a cup, to know which day it was. So, every morning he put a stone into the cup without knowing that one of his friends put a handful of stones in it, to play a trick on him.
    A few days later a man asked the Hodja: “Hodja Effendi, how many days have passed since we started Ramazan?”,
    The Hodja told him to wait for a minute, ran to his cup, counted the stones, came back and said:
    “Up to today 45 days of Ramazan have passed.”
    “But Hodja”, said the man. “There are only 30 days in a month. How is it possible?”
    “Oh, be satisfied with that”, said the Hodja. “If you had counted the stones in the cup you would have seen, that it is the hundredandtwentieth day of Ramazan.”

    Nasreddin Hoca

    Ramazan, Müslümanlar için özel bir ay içinde, Hoca o hangi gün bilmek için bir bardak bir taş, koyarak başladı. Yani, her sabah o ona bir oyun oynamak için, onun arkadaşlarından biri bu taşların bir avuç koymak olduğunu bilmeden fincan içine bir taş koydu.
    Birkaç gün sonra bir adam Hoca sordu: "Hoca Efendi, biz Ramazan başladığından beri kaç gün geçti?"
    Hoca geri geldi ve dedi ki, taşlar sayılır, onun bardak koştu, bir dakika beklemesini söyledim:
    "Bugüne kadar Ramazan'ın 45 gün geçti."
    "Ama Hoca", dedi adam. "Bir ay içinde sadece 30 gün vardır. Nasıl mümkün olabilir? "
    "Ah, o memnun", Hoca dedi. "Eğer fincan taşları sayılan olsaydı bunu Ramazan hundredandtwentieth gün olduğunu gördük" dedi.

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