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A Man Young And Old: I. First Love - Poem by William Butler Yeats

Though nurtured like the sailing moon
In beauty's murderous brood,
She walked awhile and blushed awhile
And on my pathway stood
Until I thought her body bore
A heart of flesh and blood.

But since I laid a hand thereon
And found a heart of stone
I have attempted many things
And not a thing is done,
For every hand is lunatic
That travels on the moon.

She smiled and that transfigured me
And left me but a lout,
Maundering here, and maundering there,
Emptier of thought
Than the heavenly circuit of its stars
When the moon sails out.
William Butler Yeats

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Tumhari Aankhen Kehti Hein..
Hisaar-e-Zaat Se Niklo..
Tamana Meri Ban Jao..
Shab-e-Barbad Se N

Sirf Awaaz Aur Lafz Hi Nahi

Meri Khamoshi Bhi Tumhein Bulaati Hai...

Chaand Meri Khirki Me Aaye
Chaand Kabhi To Taaron Ki Is Bheer Se Nikale
Aor Meri Khirki Me Aye
Bi

Yahan EiD Ki Choriyon
Pe Lagi Hai Eik Lambi
Qatar , ,

Wahan
Falastne Ki Beti Ko
Kafan Tak Na

Yehi dil tha ke tarasta tha marasim ke liye
Ab yehi tark e talluq ke bahane maange

Then Almitra spoke, saying, "We would ask now of Death."

And he said:

You would know the sec

A mountain was saying this to a squirrel
'Commit suicide if you have self-respect

You are insign

Kon sath deta hai umer bhar kisi ka FARAZ
Log to janazon mai bhi kandha badal lete hain,,,,,

Doosron ko hamari sazaayen na de,
Chandni raat ko bad’duyain na de,
Phool se aashqui ka hunar se

HOW dear to my heart is the bank roll departed,
The five-spots and tens in the strong rubber band,

Mohabbat ki hawa Jism ki dawa ban gayi,
Daori ap ki meri chahat ki saza ban gayi,

Kaise bholoo

Jafa Jo Ishq Mein Hoti Hai, Wo Jafa Hi Nahi,
Sitam Na Ho To Mohabbat Mein Kuch Maza Hi Nahi….

Wo Aa Rahe Hain Wo Aate Hain Aa Rahe Hun Gey

Shab-e Firaq Ye Keh Kar Guzar Di Ham Ne

Wohi Raaton Ki Bedari Hai Ab Tak. .
Tamanna Ka Safar Jari Hai Ab Tak. .
Khyal-e-Zabt Or Tark-e-Tal

Apni tasveer ko aankhon se lagaata kya hai,
Ik nazar meri taraf bhi tera jaata kya hai,
Meri ruswa

Orpheus with his lute made trees,
And the mountain tops that freeze,
Bow themselves, when he did s

Aye saaqi-e-mehwish ghum-e-dauraan nahin uthta,
darwesh ke hujre se ye mehmaan nahin uthta.

Keht

Roach, foulest of creatures,
who attacks with yellow teeth
and an army of cousins big as shoes,

Jab Raat Ki Nagin Dasti Hai
Nus Nus Mein Zehar Utarta Hai

Jab Chand Ki Kirnein Tezi Se
Uss Dil

Iss Dafa Barishain Rukti Hi Nahi Faraz
Hum Ne Ansu Kiya Piya Sare Mosam Ro Pare

In Barishon Se D

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