Baba is 76 years old man from Afghanistan, staying in Eleonas, an open refugee camp in Athens, waiting to be moved again. For Baba being in Greece represented the end of a long life ordeal. One in which, the physical strain is just a small part of it. Taking the last weeks, saw him walking for over 17 hours to reach the boat in Turkey, then embarking in the perilous journey to Greece followed by long hours in the military camps, the detention camp and now in Eleonas. He explained that he had nothing when he reached Greece. He had to drop his rucksack into the sea because the 'captain' said that the boat had to be light. They were 54 of them on the small boat. When he finally reached the Greek shores, he was not offered food or water but made to stay put for the night outside the police quarters. In the morning a bus came and took them to a military camp. It was full of people and for next 3 days he had no food or water again. That was very hard. He was unwelcomed and had no respite from the hardship that he has suffered. Baba Saffar says that he would like to make Greece his home. Under the Taliban Baba escaped to Tehran in Iran where his conditions were not good. Then, he went back to Afghanistan but lost everything including his parents, wife and daughter who were killed. I am a poet and I wrote a poem called 'What is the refugee pain? 'I would like to be a valuable person for you. This is my target. I am an Afghani refugee. I don't want you to think that we are so poor. Don't look in our pockets, but pay attention to our minds. We are human beings.' Baba Saffar.