Murmurs of Oud

When young 15-year old Jeriah saw his gift, a new wave of excitement to learn ‘Oud’ took him with it, into an unknown companionship of tranquility for all his living years. His father was a carpenter who brought him this musical instrument on his way back from northern Egypt in the early 14th century. Jeriah… Continue reading Murmurs of Oud

Rainbow of Tears

Another year is leaving you One more of me is weaving too And, through the lonely passage of your heart My dear, yet again, i will be seeing you This time, let me reach your graceful cheeks Do not rub me off in the sorrows of critique I promise, I will ease your soul I… Continue reading Rainbow of Tears