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A Night Thought - Poem by William Wordsworth

Lo! where the Moon along the sky
Sails with her happy destiny;
Oft is she hid from mortal eye
Or dimly seen,
But when the clouds asunder fly
How bright her mien!

Far different we--a froward race,
Thousands though rich in Fortune's grace
With cherished sullenness of pace
Their way pursue,
Ingrates who wear a smileless face
The whole year through.

If kindred humours e'er would make
My spirit droop for drooping's sake,
From Fancy following in thy wake,
Bright ship of heaven!
A counter impulse let me take
And be forgiven.
William Wordsworth

Latest Urdu Poetry

aandhiyan gham ki chalin aur karb-baadal chha gae
tujh se kaise ho milan sab raste dhundla gae
k

Taluqaat Mein Aisi Rawadari Bhi Na Ho ‘Mohsin’
Mile To Mil Lena, Bichre To Yaad Bhi Na Karna

Log ishq kartay hain baray shor kay sath,
Humne bhi kia bare zor kay sath,
Lakin ab karain gay tho

Tere Piyar Mein Do Pal Ki Zindagi Bohat Hai,
Ik Pal Ki Hansi Ik Pal Ki Khushi Bohat Hai,
Ye Duni

Ye Lamhon Ki Nahi, Sadiyon Ki Musafat Hai,
Kisi Ki Yaad Ka Sehrra, Mohabbat Hamsafr Meri,
Wohi H

It would be good to give much thought, before
you try to find words for something so lost,
for tho

Whereas at morning in a Jeweled Crown
I bit my fingers and was hard to please,
Having shook disast

Kabhi Na Hathon Se Hath Choote KhayaL Rakhna!
Kabhi Na Chahat Ka Maan Toote KhayaL Rakhna!

BachA

Speak to me, aching heart: what
Ridiculous errand are you inventing for yourself
Weeping in the da

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

Tumhara Naam Likne Ki Eijazt Chen Gai Jb Sy
Koi B Lfz Likhta Hn To Aankhe Bheg Jati Hen

Hazaro

Kaam Aa Saken Na Apni Wafayen Tu Kya Krein

Us Bewafa Ko Bhol Na Jayen Tu Kya Krein

qariib maut kha.Dii hai zaraa Thahar jaao
qazaa se aa.Nkh la.Dii hai zaraa Thahar jaao
thakii thak

Ye Jo Chehre Se Tumhen Lagte Hain Beemar Se Hum
Khob Roye Hain Lipat Kar Dar-O-Deewar Se Hum

Yar

Karoon ga kya jo mohabbat main ho geya nakaam,
Mujhe to aur koi kaam bhi nahin aata..

hijr mein itna KHasara to nahin ho sakta
ek hi ishq dobara to nahin ho sakta
chand logon ki moha

دہر میں نقشِ وفا وجہِ تسلی نہ ہوا
ہے یہ وہ لفظ کہ شرمندہ

aj unhen kuch is tarah ji khol kar dekha kiye
ek hi lamhe mein jaise umr bhar dekha kiye
dil agar

mausam-e-abr ho subuu bhii ho
gul ho gulshan ho aur tuu bhii ho
kab tak aaiine kaa ye husn-e-qubuu

Aansu Bhi Ab Meri Ankh K Khushk Ho Gaye

Tu Ne Mere Khaloos Ki Qeemat Bhi Cheen Li...

Urdu Poetry

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