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A Dream Within A Dream - Poem by Edgar Allan Poe

Take this kiss upon the brow!
And, in parting from you now,
Thus much let me avow-
You are not wrong, who deem
That my days have been a dream;
Yet if hope has flown away
In a night, or in a day,
In a vision, or in none,
Is it therefore the less gone?
All that we see or seem
Is but a dream within a dream.

I stand amid the roar
Of a surf-tormented shore,
And I hold within my hand
Grains of the golden sand-
How few! yet how they creep
Through my fingers to the deep,
While I weep- while I weep!
O God! can I not grasp
Them with a tighter clasp?
O God! can I not save
One from the pitiless wave?
Is all that we see or seem
But a dream within a dream?
Edgar Allan Poe

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Anjam-e-wafa yeh hai jis ne bhi mohabbat ki,
Marne ki duaa mangi jeene ki sazaa paayi..

Oh hush, little baby, thy papa's at sea;
The big billows rock him as mamma rocks thee.
He hastes t

Udaas rut mein basad ehtemaam aagaye hain
In aaNsuoN ko saleeqay tamaam aagaye hain

Agar na

Tapak Parte Hain Aansoo Jab Apno Ki Yaad Aati Hai

Ye Wo Barsaat Hai K Jis Ka Koi Mosam Nahi Hota.

Dil hijr k dard se bojhal hai, ab aan milo to behter hai,
Is baat se hum ko kya matlab, yeh kaise h

Ghul si gayi ruuh me udaasi,
Raas aayi na ham ko khud-shanaasi,
Hr morr pe be-kashish kharri hai,

Usne kaha tum bhar mai jao

Hum rikshaw lekar uske ghar chale gaye

The spring wind comes from the east and quickly passes,
Leaving faint ripples in the wine of the go

Aao ik sajdaa karoon aaalam-e-bad-masti main,
Log kehte hain ke Saghar ko khuda yaad nahin..

Koi Lakh Parhe Pyar K Mantar
Jin Ki Fitrat Mai Ho Dasna Wo Dasa Karte Hain

دل نازک پہ اس کے رحم آتا ھے مجھے غالب
نہ کر سرگرم اس کاف

Zara si der ko aaye the khaab aaNkhoN mein
Phir us ke bad musalsal azaab aaNkhoN mein

Wo jis ke

Andar ka zeher choom liya dhhul ke aa gaye,
Kitne shareef log they sab khhul ke aa gaye,
Suuraj se

Koi chaand sitara hay
Koi phool se pyara hay

Koi khushi ka ishara hay
Koi dil ka sahara hay

فطرت کو خرد کے روبرو
تسخیر مقام رنگ و بو کر

تو اپنی خو

Zameen

Ah Ye Marg-E-Dawam, Ah Ye Razm-E-Hayat

Khatam Bhi Ho Gi Kabhi Kashmakash-E-Kain

hum bhi badal gae teri tarz-e-ada ke sath sath
rang-e-hina ke sath sath shoKHi-e-pa ke sath sath

Hui Hai Shaam Tou aankhon mein Bas Gayaa Phir tu,
kahaan gayaa hai mere shahar ke musaafir tu,
Boh

Tujh Ko Chaha teri Dehleez Pe Sajda Na Keyaa
Woh Mera ishq tha Aur Yeh Meri Khud-Daari thi

Apnon Ke Sitam Unki Jafa Yaad Karenge
Hum Jurm-e-Mohabbat Ki Saza Yaad Karenge
Maine Dam-e-Rukhsat

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