Talk to me… like lovers do…

Watching at Saif al-Gaddafi’s exclusive interview at Euronews, today,  I was inspired… by this handsome and sexy young man who talked so vigorously about democracy, corruption,  civil rights, young people, drugs, music (I bet he thought about sex too, but couldn’t admit it in public). He was so elegant with his turtleneck sweater… His teeth are so white… his eyes are so expressive… his body is so… ENOUGH!!!

While I was transfering to cotton paper (it’s called drawing )  my inner thoughts, I was listening to Annie Lenox‘s “Here comes the rain again” so I couldn’t resist quoting some of the song’s lyrics… I wonder if this song was ever translated in Arabic…

Here comes the rain again
Falling on my head like a memory
Falling on my head like a new emotion
I want to walk in the open wind
I want to talk like lovers do
I want to dive into your ocean
Is it raining with you

So baby talk to me
Like lovers do
Walk with me
Like lovers do
Talk to me
Like lovers do

Here comes the rain again
Raining in my head like a tragedy
Tearing me apart like a new emotion
Oooooh
I want to breathe in the open wind
I want to kiss like lovers do
I want to dive into your ocean
Is it raining with you

So baby talk to me
Like lovers do

…To The Last Man Standing!

On Nov. 29, 2010 (4 months ago…)

Location: palm-fringed Tripoli

Occassion: two-day EU-Africa summit

But in a 45-minute speech described by one EU diplomat as “aggressive”, the white-robed Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi said: “We want win-win relations based on mutual interest, not on exploitation. Europe talks to us of governance, human rights,” he added. “Africa needs economics, not politics.”

On Feb. 21, 2011

Location: Tripoli (the palms are down because of chemical gases and fires)

Occassion: AFRICA UPRISING (the awakening of the slaves…!)

“Our spirits are high and the leader, Muammar Gaddafi, is leading the battle in Tripoli and we are behind him, as is the Libyan army. We will keep fighting until the last man standing, even to the last woman standing … We will not leave Libya to the Italians or to the Turks … Our spirits are high.  Muammar Gaddafi is not Zine al-Abidine or Mubarak. [He is not] a traditional … leader.” said his beloved son Saif al-Islam Gaddafi warning of civil war unless order was restored.

Meanwhile 230 people are dead…!