Wherein may be found the occasional trills of the unreknowned Köy Deli.
For breakfast I eat up my vowels, my a e i o u, to which I add from consonants a fricative or two; After that I move my bowels then write as poets do, and frequently am quite surprised to feel a trill come through.
Kupa Ası (Ace of Cups) A little bit of Turkish: Sirke (vinegar) Bal (Honey) Sinek (Fly, the suit of Clubs in a pack of french suited playing cards) Kupa (Cup, Goblet, Trophy; the suit of Hearts in a pack of french suited playing cards)
Bir fıçı sirkeden ziyade bir damla bal ile sinek tutulur. One drop of honey is worth more than a vat of of vinegar to catch a fly.
The image of the Ace of Cups above is from a 1910 pack of tarot cards produced by Pamela Colman Smith for Arthur Edward Waite. For a modern reproduction I recommend the Pamela Colman Smith Commemorative Set.