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A Moments Indulgence - Poem by Rabindranath Tagore

I ask for a moment's indulgence to sit by thy side. The works
that I have in hand I will finish afterwards.

Away from the sight of thy face my heart knows no rest nor respite,
and my work becomes an endless toil in a shoreless sea of toil.

Today the summer has come at my window with its sighs and murmurs; and
the bees are plying their minstrelsy at the court of the flowering grove.

Now it is time to sit quite, face to face with thee, and to sing
dedication of life in this silent and overflowing leisure.
Rabindranath Tagore

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MOHABBAT To Barish Hai Jise,
Chone Ki Khwahish
Mein,
Hatheliyan To Geeli Ho Jati Hain,
Mgar

Zindagi Tu Kabhi Nahi Aai
Mout Aai Hai Zara Zara Kar K...

Koi haar gaya koi jeet gaya,
ye saal b akhir beet gaya..!
Kabi sapny sajaye ankho mai kabi beet

furaat-e-chashm mein ek aag si lagata hua
nikal raha hai koi ashk muskuraata hua
pas-e-guman kai

Sheikh Sahib! Ye Muqabila Kaisa ?



Hamsari kia ? Sharab Noshon say

Aik Asmat Farosh Behtar

Badla Hua Hai Aaj Mere Aansuon Ka Rang

Kya Dil K Zakhm Ka Koi Taanka Udharr Gaya...

Aye kuch ab kuch sharab aye,
Is ke baad aye jo azaab aye,
Bam-e-mina se mehtab utre,
Dast-e-saaqi

Apna to yeh kaam hai bhai dil ka khoon bahate rehna,
Jaag jaag kr in raaton mei sher ki aag jalaate

FLOURISH greener, as ye clamber,
Oh ye leaves, to seek my chamber,

Up the trellis'd vine on high

Teesra Musheer
THIRD COUNCILOR

Rooh-e-Sultani Rahe Baqi To Phir Kya Iztarab

Hai Magar Kya Uss

Kachi devaar hun Thokar na lagana mujhko,
Apni nazaron me Basa kr na girana mujhko

Tumko ankhon

Wöh Ki§i äur Kä Högä Tou Qäyämät Hö Gi
Phir Kisi Kö Bhi Kisi Se Nä Muhäbbät Hö Gi

Cruising these residential Sunday
streets in dry August sunlight:
what offends us is
the sanities

Bhool Gaye Afsany Kitny
Bikhry Khawab Suhany Kitny

Dil To Hai Ik Khawab Jazera
Us Mein Hain

Aaj dareechay main woh aana bhool gaya
main bhi apna diya jalana bhool gaya,

aaj mujhe bhi uski

Aashiqii Sabr-Talab Aur Tamannaa Betaab
Dil Kaa Kyaa Rang Karun Khuun-E-Jigar Hone Tak

Ham Ne M

Zamanay se nahi darta, Zamanay ko bata do tum,
Mohabbat naam hai mera, Zamanay ko bata do tum,
Dik

aawara hun rain-basera koi nahin mera
gali gali karta hun phera koi nahin mera
teri aas pe jita

Koi na milay to qismat se ghila nahi karty!
aksar log mil ker bi mila nahi karty!

har shaakh par

AaiNa PheLa Raha Hai Khud Fraibi kA Ye Marz

Har KiSsi Se Keh Raha Hai Aap Sa K0i Nhi.

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