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We could have shared memories, Eaten ice-cream together, I might have dressed the wound on your hand, Been able to wear your coat on a wet day. I would have liked you to know of my surprise at myself —how I can continue with your unfinished book, here, like that! . (Yashin, 2000) After the 1974 events, the coup d’etat and the Turkish invasion of Cyprus we witnessed the massive displacement of people from both communities. Turkish Cypriots were given Greek Cypriot homes and properties to settle in and many Greek Cypriot refugees who fled from the north to the south of the island either stayed initially in refugee camps or were given Turkish Cypriot homes and properties.