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A Lame Beggar - Poem by John Donne

I am unable, yonder beggar cries,
To stand, or move; if he say true, he lies.
John Donne

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Girte hain log garmi-e bazaar dekh kar,
sarkaar dekh kar meri sarkaar dekh kar.

Aawaargi ka shou

I finally made it to your city,
but I was late, Samet,
we couldn't get together:
I was late by th

Yeh qarzz to mera hai chukaaye ga koi aur,
Dukh mujh ko hai aur neer bahaaye ga koi aur,

Kyaa ph

Ku-Ba-Ku Phail Gai Baat Shanasai Ki
Us Ne Khushbu Ki Tarah Meri Pazirai Ki.. ....

Aisa Nahi Ke Ham Ko Mohabbat Nahi Mili
Tumhain Chahtay Thay, Per Teri Ulfat Nahi Mili
Milnay Ko Zi

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

Bahar aati nahin draard koi !!

Hijar andar se tor deta Hai !!

Na jee bhar ke dekha na kuch baat ki,
Barri arzoo thi hum ko mulaaqat ki..

Stand up against governments, against God.
Stay irresponsible.
Say only what we know & imagine.
A

COME down, O maid, from yonder mountain height:
What pleasure lives in height (the shepherd sang),

hansi mein saghar-e-zarrin khanak khanak jae
shabab us ki sada ka chhalak chhalak jae
dil-o-naza

Samne Sab K Na Bolein Gay Humara Kia Hai,
Chup K Tanhai Mein Ro Lein Gay Humara Kia Hai,

Gulsh

i{Sung by the people of Faery over Diarmuid and Grania,}
i{in their bridal sleep under a Cromlech.}

I cannot but remember
When the year grows old --
October -- November --
How she disliked

Kon Kar Sakta Hai Uss Ki Aatish Soozan Ko Sard

Jis Ke Hungamon Mein Ho Iblees Ka Souz-e-Daroon

Hamare zakhm-e-tamanna puraane hogaye haiN

K us gali mein gaye ab zamaane hogaye hiaN

Tum apne

Mujhe Aadat Si Ho Gai Hai
BheeGi BheeGi Aankhoon Se SoNy Ki

JhooTy MuTy Khuwaab PiRoNy Ki
Ki

Zamana sakht kam-azaar hai ba-jaan-e-asad,
wagarna hum toh tawaqqo zyada rakhte hain.

Tan-e-ba-b

Hum Neend Ke Ziada Shoqeen To Nahi ‘Faraz’,
Kuch Khwab Na Dekhain To Guzara Nahi Hota…!

Khuda tujhe urooj aisa naseeb kare,
kay rashk tere naseeb per falak kare,
har more per frishtay ho

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