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152. Extempore In The Court Of Session - Poem by Robert Burns

LORD ADVOCATEHE clenched his pamphlet in his fist,
He quoted and he hinted,
Till, in a declamation-mist,
His argument he tint it:
He gapèd for't, he grapèd for't,
He fand it was awa, man;
But what his common sense came short,
He eked out wi' law, man.


MR. ERSKINECollected, Harry stood awee,
Then open'd out his arm, man;
His Lordship sat wi' ruefu' e'e,
And ey'd the gathering storm, man:
Like wind-driven hail it did assail'
Or torrents owre a lin, man:
The BENCH sae wise, lift up their eyes,
Half-wauken'd wi' the din, man.
Robert Burns

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Han Jabh Faisla Kar Laita Hun
Phr Dil Ki Bee Kahaa Sunta Hun
Mosam Tu Kehta Hay Ban Gya Dastaan Hu

Main Hoon Agar Aawaara To Wajah Hai Husan Tumhaara...

Main Aisa Hargizz Nahi Tha Tere Deedaar Sy

Khawabon se haqeqat me ane me bhi dair kitani lagati hai
Kisi ko apna bana k chor daine me bhi dair

Jaur se baaz aaye par baaz aayaiN kya ?
Kehte haiN, ham tumko muNh dikhlayaiN kya ?

Raat din

Jab Milo Kisi Se Zara Door Ki Yaari Rakhna...
Jaan Lewa Hoty Hain Aksar Seenay Sey Laganay Waaly..

Koi Tadbeer Bhoolne Ki Nahi
Yaad Aney k So Bahane Hain...

Utaar Lafzon Ka Ik Zakheerah Nazar Ko Taza Khayaal De Day
Khud Apni Shohrat Pe Rashk Aaye Nazar Ko

Ghaniim se bhi adaawat meN had nahi maaNgi
K haar maan li, lekin, madad nahi maaNgi

Hazaar shu

Toota to hoon magar abhi bikhraa nahin Faraz,
Mere badan pe jese shikaston ka jaal ho..

Mere lehje mein jo aansu se utar aye hain,
Kitne barson ke sitam aankh main dar aye hain,
Tum gaye

We Dont Succeed In Our 1st Love!
Becoz We Lack Certain Qualites.
But
After Achieving Those Qualit

Kahan dil chor aye ho,
bohut chup chap se rehtay ho,

Na bante ho na sanwarte ho
na koi bat kart

Sara Shehar Meri Deewangi Sy Waqif Raha Magar...

Ek Teri Hi Ankhon Sy
Be-Aitbaari Na Gai...

جزقیس اور کوئی نہ آیا بہ روے کار
صحرا مگر بہ تنگیٴ چشمِ

Most wounds can Time repair;
But some are mortal -- these:
For a broken heart there is no balm,
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Tere Hijraan Se Ta'alluq Ko Nibhany K Liye
Hum Ne Is Saal Bhi Jeeny Ki Qasam Khai Hai...

Main ek bewafa se wafa kar raha hon
Dil k liye khata kar raha hon

Qalam khushuk tha to lekha kha

Dushman Ho To IshQ Jaisa..

Seedha DiL Pe Waar Krey..

Yeh mera hausla hai tere baghair,
Saans leta hoon baat karta hoon..

Tumhara Naam Likne Ki Eijazt Chen Gai Jb Sy
Koi B Lfz Likhta Hn To Aankhe Bheg Jati Hen

Hazaro

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