Momal Rano is a Sindhi Orthodox story, a folktale popular in Sindh province of Pakistan. Sufi Poet Shah Abdul Latif has written a series of poems about the love of Momal Rano (Rana in Urdu) and his book contains a complete chapter about the tale. Shah Abdul Latif is considered as “Rumi of Sindhi Sufism”. … Continue reading Momal Rano – An Artistic Representation of Shah Latif’s Poetry
It has been three weeks that I am watching DC Comic series “the flash”. No doubt it is a TV series full of entertainment but there is a lot to learn from the people who surrounds Barry Allen and teach him how to control himself emotionally, logically and systematically. Simply how to see things and … Continue reading Somethings!!!
Chinese poems are the reflection of Budhist education. This poem is taken from book Zen Poems and written by Yang Wanli during 12th century. I really loved the poem as it is full of spirit. These days no one is going to listen you, even will treat harshly if someone is annoyed of your talking, … Continue reading Don’t read books!
I love to listen this warm poem all the time. You with the sad eyes Don’t be discouraged, Oh I realise! It’s hard to take courage, In a world full of people. You can lose sight of it all and the darkness, inside you makes you feel so small. But I see your true colours, … Continue reading True Colours – A wonderful poem of all the times
Recently I have been feeling very tired, don’t know why. I know life is the name of ups and downs and everything has its own advantages and disadvantages but sometimes it really becoems hard to breath. Today, I re-titled my blog. I like the new name “Cerulean” as I love October’s cerulean weather very much. … Continue reading Road Is Long…
Loveliness of hometown: Far away from home, I often miss that place of childhood but it is the life circle where we have to leave one nest to shape another nest. This is the way, one knows how to build the world around oneself. I liked words of Douglass Cross and titled the poem as … Continue reading Loveliness of hometown