Darfur - The Refugee's  by Yianni Digaletos

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  • butchart
    butchartabout 6 years ago

    thatnk you for the description.. helps bring the touching tribute into perspective… well done yianni…….b

  • Thanks B. I’m not sure I fell comfortable explaining my art. I think i limit its life. I think i’ll take it off.

    – Yianni Digaletos

  • John Douglas
    John Douglasabout 6 years ago

    I’m glad I saw this without the description, I am in agreement with you yianni, nice to allow the viewer to make their own connection with the work. I love the scale of the figures against the tree and the ryhtmn established by the foligae and the red sky – I know I will be dreaming of this painting tonight.

  • DApixara
    DApixaraabout 6 years ago

    Very creative art!

  • thank you DApixara

    – Yianni Digaletos

  • photojoey
    photojoeyabout 6 years ago

    beautiful work

  • Thank you Joe.

    – Yianni Digaletos

  • Aritheeagle
    Aritheeagleabout 6 years ago

    This is an amazing tree – The Refugee’s Tree of Hope ….. Tree of Life……
    Shrouded I stand
    with tears and anguish
    a breath of pain
    by senseless humanity
    wiping life
    Killing its purpose
    defiling its beauty
    with blood
    with hate
    with senseless waves
    mass graves and lost souls
    wandering these vast expanses
    of hell without respite
    naked bodies mangled
    fear lives like the light
    defining its face
    each minute … each day
    the blood of the innocent
    children, women the feeble
    splashed across every sunrise
    every sunset

    Thanks for sharing this heart rendering piece …. and the refugees remain humanities biggest loss.

  • No my friend your poem is amazing. It brought tears to my eyes. Thank you so much for sharing. it gave a soul to my work.

    – Yianni Digaletos

  • Aritheeagle
    Aritheeagleabout 6 years ago

    Hi Yianni – and here is a poem I wrote some time back on Darfur .

    May 27, 2007, 19:49
    tags: Ari’s Poetry


    everyday a killing field

    an abator of blood and flesh

    mangled bodies that walked and talked

    like you and I now beg

    to be covered with their lost dignity

    raped women plead with gun toting rapist soldiers

    to leave them dead inside and out

    to leave them dead with their shame

    little girls scream as mothers watch

    little boys are boys no more

    men seek sanity in ruins of yesterday

    religion seeks religion

    man seeks man

    the enemy is here and there

    and everywhere

    you and me, them and us

    we watch our soaps and worship idols

    thrust upon our corporate conscience

    one world lives and another dies

    we watch, and talk, and talk and watch

    embedding our fears in headline news

    everyday a line is drawn

    everyday humanity dies


    Current Mood: disappointed

  • Yianni Digaletos
    Yianni Digaletosabout 6 years ago

    Ari: This gave me chills and brought tears to my eyes. You captured my thoughts my emotions exactly! especially the last part. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR placing it here. I hope more people get to read it.

  • nishagandhi
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  • Bobby Dar
    Bobby Darover 4 years ago

    so nice love treee

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