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A Cry - Poem by Sara Teasdale

Oh, there are eyes that he can see,
And hands to make his hands rejoice,
But to my lover I must be
Only a voice.

Oh, there are breasts to bear his head,
And lips whereon his lips can lie,
But I must be till I am dead
Only a cry.


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Sara Teasdale

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Apni Hasti Ka Agar Husn Numaayaan Ho Jaaye,
Aadmi Kasrat-E-Anwaar Se Hairaan Ho Jaaye,

Tum Jo

Har dharkan mein ek raz hota hay,
har baat ko batane ka ek andaz hota hai,

jab tak thokar na lag

Pyar kisi se jo karoge ruswai hi milegi,
Wafa kar lo chahe jitni,behwafai hi milegi

Jitna bhi ki

'Tis the year's midnight, and it is the day's,
Lucy's, who scarce seven hours herself unmasks;
The

Ek Dil Hai Jo Har Lamha Jalane Ke Liya Hai,

Jo Kuch Hai Yahan Aag Lagan Ke Liye Hai

The shallows –
a crane’s thighs splashed
in cool waves
Matsuo Basho

Aankh Se Door Na Ho, Dil Se Utar Jaye Ga
Waqt Ka Kia Hai Guzarta Hai Guzar Jaye Ga

Itna Manoos N

hath lahraata raha wo baiTh kar khiDki ke sath
main akela dur tak bhaga gaya gaDi ke sath
ho gay

Tumhara Pyaar Mere Chaar Suu Abhi Tak Hai
Koi Hisaar Mere Chaar Suu Abhi Tak Hai
Bichartay Waqt Jo

Rung Khuleya Meri Wehshat Da, Ho Kathe Kuj Humdard Gaye
O Ro Ro Puchan Hal Mera, Me Khir Khir Hassa

Thou still unravish'd bride of quietness,
Thou foster-child of silence and slow time,
Sylvan hist

Humare dilki gehrai ko koi samjh paya hi nai,
Kitne tanha hain hum koi jaan paya hi,
Kisi ko humar

Mujhey guman hai k chaha
hai bohut zamanay ne mujhey.
Main azeez to sab ko hon magar
.
.
.
Zar

shaam say pahlay teri shaam na honay doon ga
zindagi main tujhay na.kaam na honay doon ga

lagnay

Lafz tooty lab-E-izhaar tak aatay aatay,
Mar gaye hum tere meyaar tak aatay aatay.

Hum samajht

Koi Qabil ho to hum shaan e kai detey hain

Dhondne walon ko duniya bhi nai detey hain

Ik safar main koi dobaara nahin lutt sakta,
Ab dobara teri chaahat nahin ki jaa sakti..

Gold vessels of fine wines,
thousands a gallon,
Jade dishes of rare meats,
costing more thousands

Once these paths were rivers,
these fields the processions of water.

One day on these paths
t

Shikayatain bhi thein usay to mere khuloos se
Ajeeb tha wo shakhs meri aadten na samjh saka

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