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A Dialogue Between Sir Henry Wootton And Mr. Donne - Poem by John Donne

[W.]

IF her disdain least change in you can move,
You do not love,
For when that hope gives fuel to the fire,
You sell desire.
Love is not love, but given free ;
And so is mine ; so should yours be.

[D.]

Her heart, that weeps to hear of others' moan,
To mine is stone.
Her eyes, that weep a stranger's eyes to see,
Joy to wound me.
Yet I so well affect each part,
As—caused by them—I love my smart.

[W.]

Say her disdainings justly must be graced
With name of chaste ;
And that she frowns lest longing should exceed,
And raging breed ;
So her disdains can ne'er offend,
Unless self-love take private end.

[D.]

'Tis love breeds love in me, and cold disdain
Kills that again,
As water causeth fire to fret and fume,
Till all consume.
Who can of love more rich gift make,
That to Love's self for love's own sake?

I'll never dig in quarry of an heart
To have no part,
Nor roast in fiery eyes, which always are
Canicular.
Who this way would a lover prove,
May show his patience, not his love.

A frown may be sometimes for physic good,
But not for food ;
And for that raging humour there is sure
A gentler cure.
Why bar you love of private end,
Which never should to public tend?
John Donne

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جگنو کی روشنی ہے کاشانۂ چمن میں
یا شمع جل رہی ہے پھولوں

Ranjishain To Hoti Hain Mohabat Me

Tumhain Ye Kis Ne Kaha Mujhe Akela Kar Do...!!

Ab milaingay to khoob rulaingay us sangdil ko faraaZ

Suna hai rote hue usay lipat janay ki adat h

Kisi Ki Aankh Se Sapne Chura Kar Kuch Nahi Milta
Munderon Se Chiraghon Ko Bojha Kar Kuch Nahi Milta

There are black guards slamming cell gates
on black men,
And brown guards saying hello to brown me

A sunny day's complete Poussiniana
Divide it from itself. It is this or that
And it is not.
By me

Peace in thy hands,
Peace in thine eyes,
Peace on thy brow;
Flower of a moment in the eternal

تم نے کہا تھا خود کشی کر لو
اور ہم نے خود کشی کرلی
تمہار

Para Hai Waasta Mohsin Muhabbat K Yazeedon Se

Yahan Hum Apni Ankhon Me Bhi Pani Rakh Nahi Sakte..

As I slept one night I saw this dream
Which further increased my vexation

I dreamt I was going s

Dekh lete ho mohabbat se yehi kaafi hai,
Dil dharakta hai sahulat se, yehi kaafi hai,
Haal dunya k

KHud ko hujum-e-dahr mein khona paDa mujhe
jaise the log waisa hi hona paDa mujhe
dushman ko mar

Meri Har Nazar Teri Muntazir Teri Har Nazar Kisi Or Ki
Meri Zindagi Teri Bandagi Teri Zindagi Kisi

I wrote a good omelet...and ate
a hot poem... after loving you
Buttoned my car...and drove my
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Ghalib
Sharab Peeny De Masjid Me Beth Kar
Ya Wo Jagah Bata Jahan Khuda Nahi

Iqbal
Masjid Khuda

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The face, which, duly as the sun,
Rose up for me with life begun,
To mark all bright hours

Ladkiyaan Bewafaa nahi hoti...!
Wo to majborioon mein lipti hain...!

Apne shiddat bhare khyalon

AaiNa PheLa Raha Hai Khud Fraibi kA Ye Marz

Har KiSsi Se Keh Raha Hai Aap Sa K0i Nhi.

Ιts the new Τime
Ιts always about Τhe new Βeginning,
Ιt is not Αbout the Εnd,
Τhis time

Jaa Raha Hai Yeh Saal Bhi Yaadon Ka Nazrana De Kar,
Ager Ho Gai Ho Hum Se Koi Khata, To Maaf Karna

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