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A Farewell To Secretary Shuyun At The Xietiao Villa In Xuanzhou - Poem by Li Po

Since yesterday had to throw me and bolt,
Today has hurt my heart even more.
The autumn wild geese have a long wind for escort
As I face them from this villa, drinking my wine.
The bones of great writers are your brushes, in the School of Heaven,
And I am a Lesser Xie growing up by your side.
We both are exalted to distant thought,
Aspiring to the sky and the bright moon.
But since water still flows, though we cut it with our swords,
And sorrows return, though we drown them with wine,
Since the world can in no way answer our craving,
I will loosen my hair tomorrow and take to a fishing boat.
Li Po

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Tumhe Apne Dil Ko Samjhana Ho Ga

Phir Na Koi Shikwa Na Bahana Ho Ga

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Wo Nigah-e-Shoq se Door hai, Rag-e-Jaan se

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سمندر میں اترتا ہوں تو آنکھیں بھیگ جاتی ہیں
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When that churl Death my bones with dust shall cover,
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Jo Raaz Na Rakh Paye Hamraaz Badal Dalo

Tum Ne B Suni Ho

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wohi hy door,
bht door !!
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I pour alone lacking companionship.
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Be-jaan reh gayi woh meri jaan le geya,
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Na Koi ranjj ka lamha kisi k paas aye

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Bichar Kar Tujh Se Zinda Hun Meri Taqdeer To Dekh
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Mu

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Silsila Tum Se Jaa K Milta Hai...

Mainy Daikha Hai Tota Hua Taaj Mehal..

Hai Koi Khawab Ki Tabeer Btany Wala..

Tu is tarha se meri zindagi main shamil hai
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