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Remember the Old Road

Feb 17 2008

I purchased a book of poems and verses by Ruskin Bond last Summer while I was in India. The book is called Ruskin Bond’s Book of Verse. Here is a poem out of the book. It instantly reminded me of my old Himalayan roots. It almost feels like there is So much to do, so little is done…Another hill to climb, another road to run…Enjoy the poem! Remember...

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In An Alley

Feb 01 2008

I found this little something in my stack of musings. An old piece from my college days.. Last night while strolling through an alley I heard the north wind blowing right around me When all of a sudden I thought of you Was it the chill of the night Or just the silence in my mind But I swear I saw you smiling at me I did see you Down that darkened alley I heard...

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Love And A Question

Dec 11 2007

After The Road Not Taken, here is another one of Robert Frost poems presented in his own voice. I had not read this one before. I actually ran into it while I was in India. A great story, a great poem, a dilemma for the bridegroom! If you are having issues with the player, here is the MP3 link. Enjoy! Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required...

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The Road Not Taken

Oct 29 2007

A few friends asked me to put up this poem of Robert Frost after I put up his famous work, Stopping by the woods. This one is another great piece of poetry with inspiring words. Enjoy the poem in the Poet’s Own Voice! Here is the MP3 of the poem. Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest...

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Miles to go before I sleep

Oct 11 2007

Yesterday I found that I have a great collection of Robert Frost poems and some of his videos on a CD. Here’s one of his best known poems of all time, which he recites in his own voice. Indeed…I too have some promises to keep on my own. Enjoy! Here is the MP3 of the poem. Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio...

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Wanderlust

Sep 01 2007

Here’s a poem by my friend’s younger sister, a Young poetess named Jahnavi. The poem brings back my Khajjiar trip to mind. The unknown paths of Himalayas and the beauty within. The picture is just one of the ones Nikhil and I took when we were there. Couple mountain kids waving to us! Enjoy the poem. The title is Wanderlust. I want to travel the...

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