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A Late Walk

When I go up through the mowing field,
The headless aftermath,
Smooth-laid like thatch with the heavy dew,
Half closes the garden path.

And when I come to the garden ground,
The whir of sober birds
Up from the tangle of withered weeds
Is sadder than any words

A tree beside the wall stands bare,
But a leaf that lingered brown,
Disturbed, I doubt not, by my thought,
Comes softly rattling down.

I end not far from my going forth
By picking the faded blue
Of the last remaining aster flower
To carry again to you.
Robert Frost

Latest Urdu Poetry

Abi Tum nazuk Phool Ho..!! Sambhalo Apny Jazbon Ko..!!
Ye Tittliyan....!! Kachy Phoolon Ka Bohat N

Han suno dosto,
Jo bi dunya kahe,
Is ko parkhe bina, maan lena nahi
saari dunya ye kehti he,
Par

We'd rather have the iceberg than the ship,
although it meant the end of travel.
Although it sto

Tu Meraa Pehla Piyar Sajan
Tu Dilbar Tu Dildaar Sajan,
Tu Phoolon Ki Mehkaar Sajan
Tu Gull Tu Hi

'TIS spent--this burning day of June!
Soft darkness o'er its latest gleams is stealing;
The buzzin

Goya Andaz-E-Taazeem Hai Ameeron Jesa
Mere Andar Ka Hai Insan Faqeeron Jesa

Hum Ne Chehre Pe Saj

When by the labor of my 'ands
I've 'elped to pack a transport tight
With prisoners for foreign la

Udaas Log Barh Rahe
Hain Rafta Rafta...!!!

EK Mulk InKa Bhi Hona
chahiye.

MuhbaBbat Ho Bhi jay To Kabi iZhar Mat Karna...

Yeh Dunia Schay jazbon Ki Bari Toheen Krti Hai..

Zikr-e-Shab-e-Firaaq se Wehshat usay bhi thi,

Meri tarha kisi se Muhabbat usay bhi thi..

Mujh

The rattling ‘donkey’ ceases,
The bell says we must part,
You long slab of good-nature,
And p

OH world, with what baseness and guilt thou art rife!

Thou nurtures, trainest, and illest the whi

Achi surat bhi kya buri shai hai,
Jis ne daali buri nazar daali..

Laazim nahin ke us ko bhi mera khayal ho,
Mera jo haal hai wohi uss ka bhi haal ho,
Koi khabar khu

ghum-phir kar isi kuche ki taraf aaenge
dil se nikle bhi agar hum to kahan jaenge
hum ko malum t

Hasrat-e-intezar-e-yar na pooch,
Haaye woh shiddat-e-intezaar na pooch,
Rang-e-gulshan dam-e-bahaa

Charha Howa Tha Jo Darya Utar Gaya Kab Ka
Tumhara Chaahnay Waala Tou Mar Gaya Kab Ka
Na Meri Rooh

I said unto myself, if I were dead,
What would befall these children? What would be
Their fate, wh

Abhi kissi ke na mere kahe se guzre ga,
Woh khud hi ek din iss daayere se guzre ga,
Bhari rahe abh

Eid ka din bhi shab-e-hijar ki sorat guzra...

Dost aya na koi aur na hi tum aaye...

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