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A Girl's Autumn Reverie - Poem by Ella Wheeler Wilcox

We plucked a red rose, you and I
All in the summer weather;
Sweet its perfume and rare its bloom,
Enjoyed by us together.
The rose is dead, the summer fled,
And bleak winds are complaining;
We dwell apart, but in each heart
We find the thorn remaining.


We sipped a sweet wine, you and I,
All in the summer weather.
The beaded draught we lightly quaffed,
And filled the glass together.
Together we watched its rosy glow,
And saw its bubbles glitter;
Apart, alone, we only know
The lees are very bitter.


We walked in sunshine, you and I,
All in the summer weather.
The very night seemed noonday bright.
When we two were together.
I wonder why with our good-by
O'er hill and vale and meadow
There fell such shade, our paths seemed laid
Forevermore in shadow.


We dreamed a sweet dream, you and I,
All in the summer weather,
Where rose and wine and warm sunshine
Were mingled in together.
We dreamed that June was with us yet,
We woke to find December.
We dreamed that we two could forget,
We woke but to remember.
Ella Wheeler Wilcox

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Aaj yaaron ko mubarak ho ke subh-e eid hai,
Raag hai mai hai chaman hai dilruba hai deed hai,
Dil

Pehle Tujh Ko Tamanna Meri Thi
Aur Mujh Ko Tamanna Teri

Aur Ab Tujh Ko Tamanna Kisi Aur Ki Hai

Sukon dhondta phirta tha me baharon me,
Haseen wadiyon mei, surmaye nazaron me,

Me is talash mei

Bat Jab Bhi Bigri Hai Lafzon Par Bigri Hai
Kash K Hum Be-Zabaan Hote...

KAbi ruk gaye
Kabi chal diye
Kabi chalty chalty bhatak gaye
Yunhi umer sari guzaar di
Yunhi

Teri khushbuu meri saanson main basaaney aye,
Dil ki dunya mein baharon ke zamaney aaye,
Yeh alag

Kisi Ne Toote Howe Phool Se Pocha, ,
Jab Tumhe Tora gaya To Bohat Dard Howa Hoga, ,
Phool:: mai Ap

Wo Tamaam Meri Hamaqaten Jo Huween Gunah Ki Chaon Mein

Wo Amal ki Saari Kasaftein Jo Likhi Gayi

Khuda Ny Chaha to Tum zar0or Jeet0 Gy

HalQa_e_ BeWafai MeiN tumhari Hi Dho0m Dham Hai..!!!

Saath chalne main jo maza hota
Woh humain bhi kabhi mila hota

Yeh hi hasrat rahi hamari faqat
S

Na main momin wich maseetaan,
Na main wich kufar diyan reetaan,
Na main paakaan wich paleetaan,
N

December Thehr Jao na

Abhi Lmhay nahi Bikhray Abhi mosam nahi Bichhray

Meray Kmray Ki thandak

Pigeons shake their wings on the copper church roof
out my window across the street, a bird perched

Talab asi na koi cheez zaroorat jaisi,
Koi tu baat thi hum tum main mohabbat jaisi..
Gar khuda mer

Yeh samundar hai! kinaare hi kinaare jaao

Ishq har shakhs ke bas ka nahi pyaare jaao

YuN to m

Na janey kyon aaj bhi yeh ehsaas hota hai,
Tu saath nahin, phir bhi paas hota hai,
Jo dil-e-sheher

Moving on is not about

Cut the communication.
Delete the number.
Ignore each other..
Avoid and

Faraib Dene Ko Tu Dastaan Barha Le Magar
Humain Khabar Hai Kahani Me Hum Ne Marna Hai...

Labon Pe Phool Khiltay Hain Kisi Ke Naam Se Pahle
Diloan Ke Deep Jalte Hain Charagh-E Shaam Se Pahl

sun to sahii jahaan main hai teraa fasaanaa kyaa
kahti hai tujh se Khalq-e-Khudaa Gaibanaa kya
zin

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