Stories With Poetry

TaleTown Stories with poetry, poem, song, nazm, ghazal, geet, gaana, kavita, shayari or with meanings & explanation of lyrics

  • Desires

    The fondest wishWords fished out unknown desires from the depths of his mind, when Rosh weaved words aloud into a funny poem for Isha.

    Their kids jumped in, singing & banging...

  • Eye Of The Beholder

    magic eye // I have been tagged

    Nothing changes in the world around you, yet your world changes completely.

    The eye sees. The eye of the beholder is the key.

  • Five Little Monkeys

    Snow Monkeys, Macaca (Macaca fuscata) (Japanse makaak) in het Jigokudani Monkey Park, nabij Nagano in Japan ….Hosh dreams of the five little monkeys, constantly jumping off the bed and bumping their heads, when Rosh teaches Hosh counting, by singing an old nursery rhyme...

  • Funny Haiku Error Messages

    Error HaikuRosh recounts funny Haiku Error Messages from Salon Challenge, when his laptop freezes.

    Interesting story with Japanese Zen Poetry on computer & windows errors.

  • My Vivid God

    Symphony of Love Life is fragile, appreciate itInsightful Story: My Vivid God

    With translation and meanings of Punjabi Song ‘Sahib De Rang Neyare’

    A grateful heart is happy, as it overflows with wonderment.

  • Neither Friend Nor Foe

    The Hymn of God's Word "God Becomes Flesh to Save Mankind"Neither Friend Nor Foe - Insightful story with English translation of lyrics & meanings of

    - ‘Koi dost hai na raqeeb hai’ sung by Jagjit Singh, and

    - Its reprisal ‘Na suboot hai’, sung by Sachin Limaye

  • The Quest For Roti

    Gurdas Maan, live in concert.Roti Magar, meaning the quest for Roti, is a beautiful Punjabi poem written & sung by Gurdas Maan on the ethos of sustenance.

    Rosh translates & explains lyrics

  • Vedas And Upanishads

    Chanting Ved"What we do in life, what choices we make in life comes from our perception of who we are."

    "But that still doesn't make it clearer for me how I am that?" asked Josh. "How can I be the same as you, or one with Nature or God?"