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A Little Girl Lost - Poem by William Blake

Children of the future age,
Reading this indignant page,
Know that in a former time
Love, sweet love, was thought a crime.

In the age of gold,
Free from winter's cold,
Youth and maiden bright,
To the holy light,
Naked in the sunny beams delight.

Once a youthful pair,
Filled with softest care,
Met in garden bright
Where the holy light
Had just removed the curtains of the night.

Then, in rising day,
On the grass they play;
Parents were afar,
Strangers came not near,
And the maiden soon forgot her fear.

Tired with kisses sweet,
They agree to meet
When the silent sleep
Waves o'er heaven's deep,
And the weary tired wanderers weep.

To her father white
Came the maiden bright;
But his loving look,
Like the holy book
All her tender limbs with terror shook.

'Ona, pale and weak,
To thy father speak!
Oh the trembling fear!
Oh the dismal care
That shakes the blossoms of my hoary hair!'
William Blake

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Mujrim Tera Par Me Bewafa Nahi

Tu Chahat Hai Meri Tujhe Pata Nahi

Mana K Jurm Mene Kiya Tha Ma

itni Shiddat Sy Bhi Pyar Na Karna kabhi kisi Sy,

Bohat Gehrai Mein janey walay
Aksar Doob jata

Across the dimly lighted room
The violin drew wefts of sound,
Airily they wove and wound
And g

Bohat Roya Tha Jis Din Paida Hua Tha

Or Hans Rahi Thi Duniya

Badla Lunga Ek Din Sab Se

Hans

Hum nazuk nazuk dil waley
Kabhi hastey hain kabhi rotey hain
Kabhi dil mein khwab parotey hain,

Tabah Kar Gai Pakkay Makan Ki Khwahish
Main Apnay Gauon K Kachay Makan Say Bhi Gaya

tarapate hain na rote hain na ham fariyaad karate hain
sanam kii yaad mein har-dam Khudaa ko yaad k

Woh mere haal pe royaa bhi muskuraaya bhi,
Ajeeb shakss hai apnaa bhi hai paraaya bhi,
Yeh intizaa

I speak of love that comes to mind:
The moon is faithful, although blind;
She moves in thought s

Saal-ha-saal aur ik lamhaa,
Koi bhi to na in main bal aya,

Khud hi ik dar pe maine dastak di,
K

Mere Naseeb Me Phir Ye Bahar Ho K Na Ho
Najane Phir Wo Mera Ghumgusar Ho K Na Ho

Yehi Buhat Hy K

IF Wytheburn's modest House of prayer,
As lowly as the lowliest dwelling,
Had, with its belfry's h

Wo meri ghazal saraai, wo kisi ka muskuraana
Wo zara thehar k khud he koi shair gungunaana

Sha

Barish Sharab-E-Arsh Hai Ye Soch Kar Adam
Barish K Sub Haroof Ko Ulta K Pi Gaya...

Jaan Soz Ki Mehrumi-e-Taaseer Na Dekh
Ho Hi Jaye Gi Jeene Ki Koi Tadbeer Na Dekh

Haadsay Aur B

Yun Bicharna Bhi Bohat Asan Na Tha Us Se Magar
Jata Jate Us Ka Wo Mur Kar Dobara Dekhna

tum ko jitne bhi rang bhate hain

wesi sab choriyan hain mere pas

There is no magic any more,
We meet as other people do,
You work no miracle for me
Nor I for you.

You and me
me and you
flower-bee
grass and dew.
Sayeed Abubakar

The hard coal's called bituminous,
Or is that anthracite?
Stalactites grow down from caves,
Or do

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