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A New-Year’s Burden - Poem by Dante Gabriel Rossetti

ALONG the grass sweet airs are blown
Our way this day in Spring.
Of all the songs that we have known
Now which one shall we sing?
Not that, my love, ah no!—
Not this, my love? why, so!—
Yet both were ours, but hours will come and go.
The grove is all a pale frail mist,
The new year sucks the sun.
Of all the kisses that we kissed
Now which shall be the one?
Not that my love, ah no!—
Not this, my love?—heigh-ho
For all the sweets that all the winds can blow!
The branches cross above our eyes,
The skies are in a net:
And what's the thing beneath the skies
We two would most forget?
Not birth, my love, no, no,—
Not death, my love, no, no,—
The love once ours, but ours long hours ago.
Dante Gabriel Rossetti

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Saanp Hee Saanp Nazar Aatay Hain Khwaabon Mein Mujhe
Zindagi Ghairnay Waali Hai Azaabon Mein Mujhe

Koi malaal koi aarzoo nahin karta,
Tumhare baad yeh dil guftagu nahin karta,
Koi na koi cheez meri

Love has no other desire but to fulfill itself
But if your love and must needs have desires,
Let

aaya basant phul bhi shoalon mein Dhal gae
main chumne laga to mere honT jal gae
lapka mere KHay

ab jo koi puchhe bhi to us se kya sharh-e-haalat karen
dil Thahre to dard sunaen dard thame to baa

Poocho to aik aik hai tanhaa sulagg raha,
Dekho to sheher sheher hai maila laga hua..

December Thehr Jao na

Abhi Lmhay nahi Bikhray Abhi mosam nahi Bichhray

Meray Kmray Ki thandak

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

Koi To Ho Jo Aa K Sambhale Mujh Ko
Apni Palkon Pe Apne Dil Main Basa Le Mujh Ko

Reza Reza Hai Me

Hamary Sheher Aa Jao Sadaa Barsaat Rehti Hai,

Kabhi Baadal Baraste Hain, Kabhi Ankhain Barasti Ha

Talkhiyaan chubhne lagi jab zeest ke paimaane main,
Dard ke maaron ne ghholl ke piyaa eid ka chaand

Mein Ne Nadaron Ko Sikhlaya Sabaq Taqdeer Ka

Mein Ne Muneim Ko Diya Sarmayadari Ka Junoon

I ta

Adabb ki baat hai warna munir socho to,
Jo shakhss sunta hai woh bol bhi to sakta hai..

kya baat nirali hai mujh mein kis fan mein aaKHir yakta hun
kyun mere liye tum kuDhte ho main aisa

Kitna bebaak ho gaya hai kabhi socha hai tu ne

khuda se mangtaa bhi hai toh kisi aur ka saath...!

Dil Me Har Raaz Daba K Rakhte Hain,
Honto Pay Muskan Saja K Rakhtey Hain,

Ye Duniya Sirf Khushi

Hum Karen Baat Dalilon Se To Radd Hoti Hai,
Us K Hoonton Ki Khamoshi Bhi Sanad Hoti Hai,

Saans

’Twas in the felon’s dock he stood, his eyes were black and blue;
His voice with grief was brok

Meri Eid ka Ta'alluq Teri Deed sey raha hai
na hoyee Deed Teri na hoyee hai Eid Meri

Thokarein Maar k Mahfil Se Uthtey hai Mujhe...

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