Saturday, August 20, 2005


To all the beautiful women, mothers, sisters, daughters, who leave their families and homes, looking for a life more abundant, a window out of dire destitution, for their people and maybe themselves, and instead find, thousands of miles away, a dungeon of solitude, servitude and death.

To all these women, I dedicate this drawing, and humbly, this I say- Thank you for teaching me again and again not to sit in the comfort of my personal little universe of plenty, and insolently complain.


Blogger La La said...

Simply put, that was really beautiful. You are extremely talented by the way.

1:28 AM  
Blogger Delirious said...

To all these women I say - Thank you for the little life lessons you gave me while growing up: humbleness, respect, devotion, love, loyalty...

To you I say - Thank you time and again for sharing with us your wonderful talent.

11:08 AM  
Blogger maureen said...

Amazing! Good job!

12:29 PM  
Blogger [ j i m m y ] said...

women are still suffering in 2005.

in 2005!

shame on us.

5:04 PM  
Blogger Ms Levantine said...

You should get your poems published! it was lovely what you wrote.

5:29 PM  
Blogger Fouad said...

Janjoon, Deli, thank you. Wish I could do more.

Maureen thank you and welcome to the sphere.

Jimmy, our time and age has little relevance to who we truly are. Ten thousands years from now, behind quantum shields and liquid metal suits, we will still be the same.

Ms Levantine, one of my dreams is to one day see myself worthy of getting published. If that day comes, I promise you I will.

5:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


This is your best work yet. I miss you! -A-

10:13 AM  
Blogger ArtFiNaLe said...

They deserve a whole lot more, beautifully executed thermo..Love your technique and your strokes..

10:22 AM  
Blogger Abu Takla said...

Lovely work as usual my friend F.

thank you for this poetry and music you put in your words and drawings.

See you around,
Abu Takla.

11:38 PM  
Blogger Fouad said...

artfinale and AT, thank you both, your words mean a lot to me, and make me want to go on.

Autumn. Your first comment. Thanks. I miss you too. Call me sometime let me know how things went you know where with your attempt at you know what :)

10:03 PM  
Blogger [ j i m m y ] said...

thermo-crime, where are you?
we want new posts! move it! :)

11:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was raised by one of these women,who came at our house while I was 6 mo old and left when I was 23 yo.All her life was dedicated to me and my family.When she went back home,hoping to spend the little money that she earned,there was the Tsunami...She never felt at home outside of her country,and now that she is back,she just want to come back.Our governement refused her the visa,because she is too old for them,around 55.
I will never be greatfull enought to her and to all these women...

2:23 PM  
Blogger Kathleen Callon said...

Can't believe I never scrolled this far down. You are an amazing artist.

9:21 PM  
Anonymous Hind said...

absolutly lovely.

8:50 PM  

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