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A Bird Came Down - Poem by Emily Dickinson

A bird came down the walk:
He did not know I saw;
He bit an angle-worm in halves
And ate the fellow, raw.

And then he drank a dew
From a convenient grass,
And then hopped sidewise to the wall
To let a beetle pass.

He glanced with rapid eyes
That hurried all abroad,-
They looked like frightened beads, I thought;
He stirred his velvet head

Like one in danger; cautious,
I offered him a crumb,
And he unrolled his feathers
And rowed him softer home

Than oars divide the ocean,
Too silver for a seam,
Or butterflies, off banks of noon,
Leap, splashless, as they swim.
Emily Dickinson

Latest Urdu Poetry

Bewafai Ki Sab Kitaabon Mein

Tumhare Jese Koi Misaal Nahi

As I perceive
I am dying now and know
I will not speak again, will not
survive the earth, be summ

Is there for honesty poverty
That hings his head, an' a' that;
The coward slave - we pass him by

من حیثء قوم کچھ بھی ہو، سنی ہو یا شعیہ
ملت کے پاسباں کو

Guzray Dinon Ki Yaad Barasti Ghata Lagay
Guzrun Jo Os Ki Gali Se Tou Thandi Hawa Lagay
Mehmaan Ban

Hum jungle ke jogi, hum ko aik jagha araam kahan,
Aaj yahan, kal aur nagar, subah kahan to shaam ka

ڈسنے لگے ہیں خواب مگر کس سے بولئے
میں جانتی تھی پال رہی

Goya Andaz-E-Taazeem Hai Ameeron Jesa
Mere Andar Ka Hai Insan Faqeeron Jesa

Hum Ne Chehre Pe Saj

Har Ik Shab Meri Taza Azab Main Guzri
Tumhare Bad Tumhare Hi Khuwab Main Guzri
Mai Ik Phol Hoon Wo

Sirf Chehre Ki Udasi Se Bhar Aye Ansoo Faraz,
Dil Ka Alam Tu Abhi Ap Ne Dekha Hi Nahi!!!!

Eid Ka Din Hai Bari Dhoom Ki Tayaari Hai.
Aao Hum Un Se Milen Jin Ki Jaib Khaali Hai.

Lafzoo'n

Main na mil sakon jo tum se, meri justujo na karna
Tumhain meri hi qasam hay, meri arzoo na karna

Roohain tou ik zamana hua, ho chuki’n faroht,
Kis nar’hh se bikain ge badan, Dekhte raho..

Udas Shamon Ki SisKiyon Main, ,
Kabhi Jo Meri Awaz Sun Lo, ,
To Beete Lamhon Ko Yad Karke, ,
Inhi

Khud Ko Parhta Hun Chor Deta Hun

Roz Ek Warq Mor Deta Hun

Zakham Itne Hain In Nigaahon Me

R

Laga na dil ko kya sunaa nahin tu ne,
Jo kuch ke Meer ka is aashqui ne haal kiya..

Ikhtyar Kisi Baat Ka Jo agar Dy Dy KHUDA Mujh Ko..!!

To Lafz Takleef
Ko Teri Zindagi Se Mita D

Dukhon ka Raaj chal Raha hai Tm intzar karna...

Main khushian Dhond Laya To Tmhn aa Milon ga..

Mere Chehre Se Mera Dard Na Parh Paoge Wasi

Meri Aadat Hai Har Bat Par Muskura Dena...

In Taaza Khanda’on Me Bara Sab Se Watan Hai..
Jo Perahan Is Ka Hai Wo Mazhab Ka Kafan Hai….!

Urdu Poetry

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