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A Man Young And Old: Ix. The Secrets Of The Old - Poem by William Butler Yeats

I have old women's secrets now
That had those of the young;
Madge tells me what I dared not think
When my blood was strong,
And what had drowned a lover once
Sounds like an old song.

Though Margery is stricken dumb
If thrown in Madge's way,
We three make up a solitude;
For none alive to-day
Can know the stories that we know
Or say the things we say:

How such a man pleased women most
Of all that are gone,
How such a pair loved many years
And such a pair but one,
Stories of the bed of straw
Or the bed of down.
William Butler Yeats

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Ab Wo Ehsas Nahi K Kuch Likh Paun Main
K Itni Bedardi Se Tori Hain Kisi Ne Umeedain Meri...

Neechan Di Ashnaai Kolon Faiz Kise Nai Paya
Kikkar Te Angoor Charhaya, Her Gucha Zakhmaya...

Jab Tum Hi Na Mile To Kisi Ki Tammana Kya Karon Mai, ,
bazaar-e-Muhabbat Main Dil Bar Bar Forokht N

دیس بدیس در بدر دل کے داغ چھپائے پھروں
آنکھ کے سُونے در

chalo aaj tumhain raatun mai jaagney ka sabab bata hi deta hun....
mohabbat kar ke dekh lo, neend a

Dekha mujhe toh tarke taluk ke bawajood .
woh muskura diya yeh hunar bhi usi ka tha.,.

Sar hi ab phorriye nadamat main,
Neend aane lagi hai furqat main,

Hain daleelen tere khilaaf mag

The abode of the nightingale is bare,
Flowered frost congeals in the gelid air,
The fox howls from

Gham-e-Hayat Ka Jhagra Mita Raha Hai Koi
Chale Aao K Duniya Se Ja Raha Hai Koi

Koi Azal Se Keh D

De uThi lau jo tere saath guzaari hui shaam
Hujra e jaaN ki har ik cheez pe taari hui shaam

Umr

tere siva nahi jachta koi nigahoon mai
jo to kahe to bikhar jaaon teri raahon mai

nazar kaneez t

ZEPHYR, for thy humid wing,

Oh, how much I envy thee!
Thou to him canst tidings bring

How our

bashaarat ho ki ab mujh sa koi pagal na aaega
ye daur-e-aKHir-e-diwangi hai bit jaega
kisi ki zi

Zara Yaad Kar
Mere Humnafas
Mera dil jo tum pe nisar tha.

Wo dara dara sa jo piyar tha
Tere sh

Dushman Ho To IshQ Jaisa..

Seedha DiL Pe Waar Krey..

Nanhi Larki,
Sahil Ke Itne Nazdeek,
Rait Se Apna Ghar Na Bana
Koi Sarkash Mooj Idhar Aai, To,
Te

Ehd e Rafaqat Theek Hai Lekin Mujhko Aesa Lagta Hai,
Tum Toh Mere Sath Rahogi Main Tanha Reh Jaunga

Koi haalat nahin, yeh haalat hai,
Yeh to ashob-naak suurat hai,

Anjumann main yeh meri khamoshi,

Kya kya hamare khawb they, jane kahan pe kho gaye,
Tum bhi kisi ke sath ho, Hum bhi kisi ke ho gaye

Darta Hun Maut Se Mager Marna Zaroor Hai
Larazta Hun Kafan Se Mager Pehanna Zaroor Hai

Ho Jata H

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