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A Field Of Cotton - Poem by Matsuo Basho

A field of cotton--
as if the moon
had flowered.


Translated by Robert Hass
Matsuo Basho

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Ye Jo Dewany Se Do Char Nazar Aty Hain
In Main Kuch Sahib-E-Israr Nazar Aty Hain

Teri Mehfil Ka

Ye ulfaten ß ajeeb hain
Ye chahaten ß ajeeb hain
Kabhi mil k ß na pass hon
Kabi pass ho k

Is qadar qemti to na tha mera chain-o-Sakon Faraz
Loot kr lay gya wo kissi anmol khazany ki tarah..

Ishq ko be-naqaaab hona tha,
Aap apna jawaab hona tha,
Masst-e-jaaam-e-sharaaab hona tha,
Be-khud

We are apart; the city grows quiet between us,
She hushes herself, for midnight makes heavy her ey

I.
To one fair lady out of Court,
And two fair ladies in,
Who think the Turk and Pope a sport,

We, unaccustomed to courage
exiles from delight
live coiled in shells of loneliness
until love le

Vo Thakaa Hua Meri Baahon Mein Zaraa So Gaya Thaa To Kya Hua,
Abhi Main Ne Dekha Hai Chaand Bhi Ki

"Thin Rain, whom are you haunting,
That you haunt my door?"
—Surely it is not I she's wanting;

Wo Keh Ke Chalay Itni Mulaqat Bohot Hay
Maine Kaha Ruk Jao Abhi Raat Bohot Hay
Aansoo Mere Thum

Teri yadon k sahare aik aur saal beet gea
Teri nafraton k sahare aik aur saal beet gea
Wo din jab

Hey dragged up my holly and I pull it to a town for the bigtime
Hey rig down the road I tore 'em do

Kabhi Chotay Se Zakham Par Krty Thay Shor Itna...*

Ab DiL Hi DiL Main Har Zakhm Sehnay Lage Hain

Kahin jaye usey meri duyayen yaad karti hain,
Usey kehna usey meri wafayain yaad karti hain,
Main

guzar gai hai abhi saat-e-guzishta bhi
nazar uTha ki guzar jaega ye lamha bhi
bahut qarib se ho

behar-e-ishq main doob k daikh kabhi
jaam-e-mohabbat pee k daikh kabhi

her taraf tera hi aks naz

Kesay Bhulaey
Ga Too Meri Barson Ki Chahhat Ko...

Darya Agr Sookh B Jaey Toh Rait se Nami Nahi

Dil Me Har Raaz Daba K Rakhte Hain,
Honto Pay Muskan Saja K Rakhtey Hain,

Ye Duniya Sirf Khushi

Woh shayad ik pagli hai
Din raat hi gum sum rehti hai
Kuch sharm o haya ka paikar hai
Kuch nar

Mujh se NAFRAT ki ajab raah nikali us nay,
Hasta basta dil kar diya khali us nay,

Meray ghar ki

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