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A Man Young And Old: Viii. Summer And Spring - Poem by William Butler Yeats

We sat under an old thorn-tree
And talked away the night,
Told all that had been said or done
Since first we saw the light,
And when we talked of growing up
Knew that we'd halved a soul
And fell the one in t'other's arms
That we might make it whole;
Then peter had a murdering look,
For it seemed that he and she
Had spoken of their childish days
Under that very tree.
O what a bursting out there was,
And what a blossoming,
When we had all the summer-time
And she had all the spring!
William Butler Yeats

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Jis Ki Khatir Sari Haddain Tordi Humne, ,
Aaj Usne Bhi Keh Diya Ke Zara Hadh Mai Raha Karo, , , , ,

Us Aik Dil Ki Khatir Tune Mujhe Chorh Diya
Aay Dil Doob K Marja

na manzil hun na manzil-ashna hun
misal-e-barg uDta phir raha hun
meri aankhon ke KHushk-o-tar m

In the Grandville greyhound station in the lightly drizzlin' rain
Sittin' on my suitcase goin' quie

Go from me, summer friends, and tarry not:
I am no summer friend, but wintry cold,
A silly sheep

Dad, your guiding
hand on my shoulder
will remain with me forever.
Happy Father?s Day

hum udaas hain uss ki dori ko ley kar
woh khud to satata tha, ab us ki yaadein bhi satayen gi

Wo Shaks Ke Mein Jis Se Mohabbat Nahee Karta
Hansta Hai Mujhe Dekh Ke, Nafrat Nahee Karta
Ghar Waa

Teri Qurbat Bhi Nahi Hai Muyassar
Aur Din Bhi Barishon K Aa Gaye...

When I consider every thing that grows
Holds in perfection but a little moment.
That this huge sta

There is a blue star, Janet,
Fifteen years’ ride from us,
If we ride a hundred miles an hour.

Hum musaafir yunhi masroof-e-safar jaayen ge,
Be-nishaan ho gaye jab sheher to ghar jaayen ge,
Kis

In Barshoon Se Dosti Achi Nahi Faraz
Kacha Tera Makan Hai Kuch To Khyal Kr

Zikr-e shab-e firaaq se wehashat usey bhi thi
Meri tarah kisi se muhabbat usey bhi thi
Mujh ko bhi

A moment of happiness,
you and I sitting on the verandah,
apparently two, but one in soul, you and

I shall die, but
that is all that I shall do for Death.
I hear him leading his horse out of the s

AY, 'twas here, on this spot,
In that summer of yore,
Atalanta did not
Vote my presence a bore,

Bhuli bisri hui yaadoN mein kasak hai kitni

Doobti shaam ke atraaf chamak hai kitni

Manzar E g

Khoob parda hai ke chilman se lage bethe hain,
Saaf chupte bhi nahi saamne aatey bhi naheen..

If you can keep your head when all about you
Are losing theirs and blaming it on you;
If you can

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