Syrian Refugee Son, Beirut, Lebanon (Mar 2017)

Syrian Refugee Son, Beirut, Lebanon (Mar 2017)
Don Michael Hudson, PhD
Syrian Refugee Son, Beirut, Lebanon (Mar 2017)
Don Michael Hudson, PhD
“The most miserable of the gods and the most divine of the miserable.” H Cixous, Stigmata
 
There are some faces who never leave me. Alone. I wake at night sometimes and see their spectres, but mostly, I see myself, my county, my world, in their eyes. What have we done? What are we doing? Why didn’t I give him more money? Where did I learn to reach out to desperation with a clinched fist? Who taught me that maybe he doesn’t “deserve” a “handout?” Why didn’t I get his information? I did try. His address was the streets. Where did I learn to bring poverty to poverty?

Der Himmel über Berlin: Kodak Ekta 100 (Oct 2020)

Der Himmel über Berlin
“Tell me of the men, women, and children who will look for me – me, their storyteller, their bard, their choirmaster – because they need me more than anything in the world.”
Kodak Ekta 100 (Oct 2020)
Don Michael Hudson, PhD

Der Himmel über Berlin

“Tell me of the men, women, and children who will look for me – me, their storyteller, their bard, their choirmaster – because they need me more than anything in the world.”
Kodak Ekta 100 (Oct 2020)